The product, called "fundawear", consists of lingerie that is outfitted with the technology that makes mobile phones vibrate.
Many teen mothers also have to contend with long-term health effects.
When the baby cues the parent, the parent holds the baby over a receptacle, like a toilet, sink or even a street, in order to catch the baby’s waste.
Studies have found that sleeping for more than eight hours is associated with a higher risk of cognitive problems, heart disease and premature death.
Researchers believe that the risk of dementia may be decreasing due to improved treatment for cardiovascular disease.
Recent research hopes to help educators devise better ways to educate students with these special needs, as well as to help illuminate the mechanisms that lead to learning disabilities.
Many animal rights groups recommend that pet owners spay or neuter their dogs in order to help control the size of the pet population.
Women who were at their peak fertility of their cycle were more likely to prefer the shirts of the men with the highest level of testosterone.
The study found that heavy texters, defined as texting more than 100 times a day, are 30 percent less likely to describe living a “principled, ethical life” as important to them than people who texted 50 times a day or less.
The animal has a simple nervous system, but has cells with properties that resemble that of more complex animals like humans.
If men want to boost their fertility, maybe they should try donning a kilt.
A recent study examining 1,000 New York Times obituaries found that famous performers, like athletes and musicians, live, on average, shorter lives than people who have illustrious careers in the military or in business.
Despite the fact that a solid 10 percent of people are left-handed, researchers have no idea how they exist.
However, according to a recent study, some stress is good for you. The researchers say that acute stress can improve the brain’s mental capacity and memory.
Because of the advances in medical technology developed in an effort to keep soldiers alive, Boston’s physicians were prepared to keep victims at the Boston Marathon alive.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.