Women dying for a pee
Death Photos. Dedicated to the exploration of hoaxes, mischief, and misinformation throughout history. Toggle navigation. Woman Killed by Frozen Urine Kelli wrote in with a question about this strange photo showing a woman impaled by a long, yellowish-looking stick.
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5 Historical Figures Who Had Strange Deaths
Woman Killed by Frozen Urine
Some people's amazing accomplishments live on long after they themselves die; other folks get to remain known long after their time on this earth has ended simply because they died an incredibly strange death R. And some folks get to have it both ways — they stay lodged in our cultural consciousness long after they pass from this mortal coil, not only due to their impressive accomplishments in their own eras or lasting contributions to our culture at large, but also because they died from You may have already heard of the five famous historical folks below — you may have even already heard about the unusual ways that they, uh, ventured beyond the veil. But seeing their stories all collected in one place, it's almost impossible not to feel humbled as you think about the fragile nature of existence — no matter what we achieve in this life, no matter how rich we become or how impressive our body of work is, we can still end up dead from accidentally eating a toothpick. It's way existential. So am I!
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Woman dies after water-drinking contest
AFC - organization for promoting of animal rights and veganism. Did you know that doctors used to test for pregnancy by killing a rabbit, mouse, or other small animal? From the late s through the early s, pregnancy tests involved injecting a woman's urine into the ovaries of a small animal. Human chorionic gonadotropin hCG , a hormone that concentrates in the urine of pregnant women, causes the ovaries of some animals to become deformed.
This week we will explore some common and not-so-common misconceptions in fertility, cancer, and oncofertility. If the woman were pregnant, her urine would contain trace amounts of the hormone, human chorionic gonadotropin but most people call it hCG. Interestingly, hCG in the urine of a woman can also affect female rabbits.