The prototype of the chainsaw we are familiar with today in the timber industry was pioneered in the late 18th century by two Scottish doctors as a surgical tool to aid in the process of difficult childbirth.
In 1991 a braindead woman was kept “alive” because she was pregnant. The baby was born alive.
A baby in Poland was born with 23 times the legal blood alcohol limit after his mom went on a drinking binge the night before.
One of the largest babies ever born (18lbs) grew up and gave birth to the largest baby ever born (23lbs.)
Nearly 1% of women in the U.S. claim to have given virgin births.
Compared with the 1960s, U.S. women have in 2000s spent two to three hours longer in labor, according to researchers at the U.S. National Institutes of Health, who said the findings suggest doctors may need to rethink the definition of “normal” labor.
During childbirth scenes in movies and sitcoms, infant actors are smeared with a mixture of cream cheese and red jam for an authentic “just born” look.