The chemical that causes chlorination to become a problem in most Western toilets is also used to disinfect human waste.
Chemicals used to treat the chlorine in human waste are used to make soap, detergents, toothpaste and disinfectants.
In India, people who wash with disinfectant wipe have been found to be more likely to get sick with a bacterial infection.
For the first time, a study from the University of Southern California shows that the use of chlorine in toilets was linked to more than 100,000 cases of bacterial pneumonia.
The study found that the prevalence of bacterial infections in India was higher than anywhere else in the world.
It also found that when bacteria in toilets are exposed to water for prolonged periods of time, they can get more aggressive and grow larger, leading to the development of bacterial lung infections.
India is the second-largest source of diarrheal diseases in the country, and according to the World Health Organization, about 50 million people in the nation suffer from chronic diarrhea, which is caused by the presence of bacteria in the intestines.
The report says that while most cases of diarrhoea in India are caused by a common food source, many people don’t know about the symptoms, and don’t have access to health care services.