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This is a regular update of interesting, informative, and entertaining content all aimed at what’s happening in the life and times of Squatty Potty, as well as what’s relevant to anyone interested in enhancing their bathroom experience. Browse our latest posts below!
Prior to the turn of the new millennium, nearly everyone in the U.S. cleaned up after pooping in pretty much the same way — by wiping with toilet paper, front to back (especially for women). Is there a better way?
Today, we’re pleased to introduce you to the matriarch of the Squatty Potty Family, Founder and Co-Creator, Judy Edwards.
Have you ever had to poop when you’re out running or walking in an area where you couldn’t get to a restroom, porta-potty, or even a friend’s house? You’re not alone, as many runners and walkers have. What can be done?
June is National Bathroom Reading Month. With that in mind, we’re pleased to welcome you to our first post in what we plan to make a regular series on the topic of bathroom reading.
Squatty Potty Official Statement Regarding Kathy Griffin posted may 30, 2017 We recently enlisted celebrity comedian Kathy Griffin to star in a new ad campaign, and in response to today's events, our CEO Bobby Edwards has issued the following statement: "We were...
Consuming two or more servings of tree nuts per week may be associated with significantly reduced cancer recurrence and death in patients with stage III colon cancer. Nuts anyone?
Make48 is coming to TV with an eight-episode series that enables you to witness the innovative process from home. Co-Founders Judy and Bobby Edwards have been involved with Make48 in the past as mentors.
At Squatty Potty, we’re all about good digestion and comfortable, complete elimination of waste, so we enthusiastically call your attention to last week’s Digestive Disease Week event (DDW), at McCormick Place in Chicago.
now that you’ve gotten off the roller coaster of energy spikes and dips from consuming too much sugar and starch, you’re probably feeling better than ever. Trouble is, now you’re constipated. Here’s what to do.