Most of us get thirsty when we need to drink more water. But there are other tell-tale signs that not all is well.
Some of the things we discard - like urine - can actually be useful resources.
Perhaps you've noticed something unusual in the bathroom after you consume this healthy spring vegetable. A Speed Read explains there's two parts to the stinky puzzle: production and perception.
Incontinence is frighteningly common.
If you're not sure why you need a urine test or the right way to collect a sample, here's what you need to know.
Nitrogen trichloride makes swimming pools smell and is a good indicator of plenty of pee.
Beetroot, artificial colours, vitamin supplements, medications and illnesses can change the colour of your urine or bowel motions.
While everyone needs access to proper sanitation to stay healthy, for girls and women it is also an issue of safety and equal participation in society.
By learning a bit more about these body fluids, we can develop a deeper appreciation for the beauty and complexity of our own biology.
The question of whether your reaction to asparagus is down to your stomach or your nose is a 300-year-old mystery.
Carbon from dried human urine has been extracted for use in chemical fuel cells. These cells traditionally use platinum as…
While peeing in a pool may be disgusting, it might also cause health problems in swimmers, new research shows. Researchers…