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Urine Therapy Is a Terrible Idea

Why you should not drink your own pee (yes, really) for Covid-19 or anything else

Pictured: Less useful as a medical tool than you might’ve heard. Source: Pexels

If there’s one truth you can rely on regardless of the situation — from the current unending pandemic nightmare to the balmy days before — it’s that someone, somewhere, will try literally anything if they think it might help their health. For example, I’ve previously…




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Gideon M-K; Health Nerd

Gideon M-K; Health Nerd

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