Tooshlights And Leftovers

I’m not sure why this came to the health reporter, but perhaps there’s a connection.
In response to what apparently is a critical need, an entrepreneur has developed Tooshlights, “the first of its kind public restroom lighting system,” according to its publicist.
Tooshlights is an LED lighting system that notifies patrons if a stall is already occupied. Red light means it is; green light means it’s open; blue light means it’s a handicapped stall that’s available.

Tooshlights in action. Courtesy PMBC Group.

According to the publicist’s email:
“Tooshlights dramatically alleviates people’s bathroom experience by providing patrons a little peace of mind when they have to ‘go.’ Individuals will no longer need to wait until they arrive home after holding it all day or until they reach some place more private …”
We won’t have to worry about someone peeking through the crack in the door to see if there’s really someone behind that closed door, the email explains.
If you’re interested in having your bathroom experience alleviated, you can learn more at

THIS MAY AFFECT more of us: If you still have leftovers from Thursday’s big feed, it’s time to either eat the rest or put what’s left in the freezer.
So say dietitians at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in a news release.
* When reheating leftovers, move food out of plastic containers; the plastic can burn and chemicals can leach into your food.
* Turkey should be good in the refrigerator for three to four days.
* Stuffing and gravy are only good for one to two days, so they should be gone by now.

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