Non-alcoholic beers take a lot of flack, and rightly so. The great majority of them taste like swampwater (and give you less of a buzz). But are any of them actually good? We tried 14 different non-alcoholic beers to find out. And the answer is a definitive yes.
Letting future dads experience the best parts of a pregnancy minus the agonizing pain of birth, Huggies has developed a pair of belts that translate the baby's motions and kicks from the mother's belly to the father's.
In an attempt to reduce alcohol-related learning disabilities and birth defects, Pub 500—a bar in Minnesota—has installed a pregnancy test vending machine so patrons can make sure they're not expecting before they get completely wasted. Think of it as a logical extension of the more traditional condom dispensers found…
"You're going to be a Dad" is probably the last thing this unsuspecting husband expected to discover when he fired up his wife's iPad to play Angry Birds.
Japan has built a pregnancy suit that lets people understand what being pregnant actually feels like. The fetus is recreated with a 4-liter bag of water, kicking is imitated by balloon contractions and wiggling is done with some crazy caterpillar motion.
Like a more visual ultrasound, this PreVue abdomen strap-on concept would show your growing baby—enabling those around you meet their future grandchild/cousin/whatever, and the mother to bond with the little tyke even more.
Corey Menscher, in a fit of fatherly devotion, constructed a device that notifies him when his unborn baby kicks inside the womb. Even better, he's training his kid to post on Twitter right from conception.
Pregnant women should probably add cellphones to the list of things they need to avoid, along with alcohol, sushi and cat poo. A giant study that surveyed over 13,000 children found that women who used mobile phones when pregnant were more likely to give birth to kids with behavioral problems.
The MummyWrap is a stretchy shirt designed for pregnant moms to protect their unborn babies from electromagnetic radiation (EMR). It works by utilizing a special fabric called Swiss Shield that blocks out the EMR or "electro-smog," as they call it. Now all of the gadgety moms out there can keep on using their…