Are you okay Texas? Seriously, are you okay?

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The Survey

A healthcare staffing company named Soliant posed the question, "What health questions does each state Google more than any other state". The results are hilarious, disturbing, and every single thing in between. Texas has one of those hilarious answers (provided you're not the one having the problem).

The Best Of The Rest

So what are the other states Googling more than other states? How about "Can you live without a spine?", "What happens if you eat mold?", and "Can you die from a broken heart?"  I personally love that we live in a day of age where this a source that people can ask questions like these, but seriously, do people really have to ask questions like these?

...And Texas

The number one answer to the question for Texas is, "Why do I pee when I cough?". So I guess Texas has some incontinence problems that I was personally aware of. Numbers two through five were pretty basic, but coming in at number six on the Texas list was, "How long should I shower for?" (Hint: until you get all that pee off of you from your last coughing fit).

Save New Mexico

Since your beloved author lives within shouting distance of the Land Of Enchantment, I feel like I have to present their number one question as well. It is, "How long can you go without food?". I don't know about you, but the next time I go to New Mexico, I'm buying burgers for every skinny guy and gal I see.


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