There are more than 50,000 types of hemorrhoid and most of them are harmless.
But the word “hemorrhea” is a sore subject, and we have seen some really terrible results from its use.
For example, in January of last year, a 23-year-old man from Florida named John Doe was arrested for allegedly stealing $7,000 from a pharmacy in Florida and selling it on eBay for more than $200,000.
Doe is serving a three-and-a-half year prison sentence, after which he was ordered to pay back more than half of his money.
A judge in the case, however, also said that Doe’s medical condition meant that he had to pay the full amount back to the pharmacy, rather than his victim.
So, the next time you hear someone say “hemo” or “heme” in the middle of conversation, be prepared for a barrage of bad news.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, hemorhoid can cause life-threatening allergic reactions.
According the Mayo Clinic, hemolytic anemia is a type of blood clot that may develop in the upper back, groin, neck, or back of the neck.
According a 2016 study, the American College of Physicians estimates that approximately 1.5 million Americans are treated for hemolysis annually.
This is not the first time that someone has been arrested for stealing an item of clothing, but in this case, the police found a whole lot of it.
The owner of the shop, a man named Andrew D. Smith, allegedly stole the hemorheic mask from the pharmacy and sold it on Ebay for $2,600.
Smith has been charged with theft and theft by deception.
He has not yet entered a plea.