Most of U.S. take medicine to cure our stomach ailments, but poop is also a cure. Poop is a waste product that doctors can put to good use. This volume explores the healing properties of poop, focusing chiefly on fecal transplants. It will discuss the donation, collection, preparation and transplantation of poop, as well as the history of using human and animal waste to restore or enhance health and beauty. Young readers will engage with this high-interest material featuring photographic illustrations and fun fact boxes.
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