A recently published study on parasites in Ancient Rome revealed startling evidence of prevalence of parasites across Roman-occupied Europe despite state-of-the-art sanitation technologies and other similar innovations.
A UK-based study led by University of Cambridge experts revealed that Roman public works and sanitation technologies were filled with traces of various kinds of parasites suggesting that Ancient Rome wasn’t exactly clean as we had initially imagined.
Building toilets in rural India is not enough to improve public health, according to a new study.
A 30-year-old designer, Peter Codling, created a new toilet that allows the user to squat in the natural position.
Women's purses are dirtier than the average toilet, a revolting new study has revealed.