An Australian study has found that the majority of pregnant women in Australia drink alcohol while pregnant. And, these pregnant women are also confused by changing government recommendations.
on 06/20/2010 – Made popular on 06/20/2010
Despite what the preponderance of nativity scenes on display this time of year might suggest, it seems that there's actually a savior born on the regular here in the U.S. New research published in the British Medical Journal finds that roughly 1 in 200 pregnant young American women claim to be virgins.
An international study found that men and women who drink over the recommended amounts of alcohol each day had an increased risk from cancer, but that risk went away if they stayed within the daily recommended limit.
So if a pregnant woman gets bitten by a zombie, wouldn't the baby die?
I saw day of the dead or whichever one had the straight younger dad from modern family. I honestly don't think that's how it would play out.
Don't you cease breathing while transitioning into a zombie? Then all organ functions drop to less than minimal?? Should I write to my legislators?
When Glow launched its iPhone app for tracking female fertility earlier this year, it garnered attention for its slick design, $6 million Series A funding, and of course well-known founder Max Levchin. But its real success — how many women conceived with the help of using the app — couldn’t be judged right away.
As startups, mega-corporations, and governments strain to promote women leaders in technology, new evidence suggests that the relative timidity of women may simply be a function of voting procedure. When men outnumber women, groups who strive towards consensus decisions, rather than majority rule, see greater female participation.