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    The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Wednesday, October 16 Recap – Lola Pregnancy Test Results Revealed – Billy’s Fate Decided | Celeb Dirty Laundry

    The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers recap for Wednesday, October 16, teases that Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) will head to Newman Enterprises. She’ll approach Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) in the CEO office, where Victor Newman’s (Eric Braeden) portrait has been fixed. Victoria will talk about feeling respected now and accept a handbag from Nikki, who’ll be grateful Victor retired. The conversation will shift to Adam Newman (Mark Grossman), so Victoria will admit some lingering concerns. Nikki, on the other hand, won’t be worried. She’ll downplay the threat and refuse to let the Newmans live in fear. At the ranch, Victor will confront Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) about trying…

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    The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Lola Takes A Pregnancy Test

    The Young and the Restless spoilers for Wednesday, October 16, 2019, reveal a day of anxious anticipation for Kyle and Lola when they both get quite a scare over at Society. The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Maybe Baby? Lola (Sasha Calle) is at work and doing all the things the prep and line cooks should be doing when she suddenly starts feeling horrible. Abby (Melissa Ordway) puts it in her head that she could be pregnant, but Lola brushes it off. Then, Theo (Tyler Johnson) shows up to visit his new friend and Lola starts to feel even worse. In fact, she even passes out. A panicked Theo calls…

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    Baby reveal cake appears to have used pregnancy test topper appears unhygienic | Daily Mail Online

    ‘You peed on that’: Woman is slammed after using her pregnancy test on a CAKE to announce her baby news Published: 01:44 BST, 14 October 2019 | Updated: 06:54 BST, 14 October 2019 A photo showing a cake topped with a positive pregnancy test has shocked the internet, with many disgusted by the lack of hygiene. The snap, taken by an American woman, was anonymously uploaded to an Australian cake shaming Facebook page and showed the test being used as a DIY cake topper.  ‘You literally pissed on that stick, but sure, go ahead and stick it on top of the cake,’ the caption read. Those who’ve seen the topper…

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    What Is Stix? This Pregnancy Test Founded By & For Women Is Super Discreet

    True story: Years back, I ran into my boss at a Boston CVS while buying a pregnancy test on my lunch break. The kicker? I was with my then-boyfriend, who also happened to be my coworker. (In case you were wondering, no, I don’t think I have recovered.) Bottom line, fam buying a pregnancy test doesn’t always go as smoothly as you may hope. Thats precisely why two female entrepreneurs decided to take matters into their own hands. So, what is Stix pregnancy test? Well, its an at-home test created by and for women, and it promises a more discreet experience. The inspiration for the product, which launched on Sept.…

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    ‘Teen Mom 2’ Star Jenelle Evans Tweets Photo Of Positive Pregnancy Test, Twitter Reacts

    Fans aren’t happy about the post. Jenelle Evans upset her Twitter fans and followers with a post shared on Saturday, September 14. Following weeks of pregnancy rumors, which the Teen Mom 2 cast member recently credited to a slight weight gain, Evans took to her Twitter page and shared a photo of a positive pregnancy test. “She’s pregnant!” Evans wrote in the caption of her photo, which also included a link to a Life & Style magazine article about celebrities who are expecting babies in 2019. According to a report from , Evans’ tweet confused a number of her online audience members, many of whom believed she was announcing her…

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    Primodos was a revolutionary oral pregnancy test. But was it safe? | Jesse Olszynko-Gryn | Science | The Guardian

    Primodos is back in the news. First prescribed in 1958 as a ‘hormonal pregnancy test’ (HPT), Primodos was taken off the market by manufacturer Schering (now Bayer) in 1978, amidst rising concerns of a possible association with birth defects. Primodos contained the same mixture of hormones as in the oral contraceptive pill, first launched in the UK in 1961, only in much higher concentrations. Schering’s instructions were that a woman take “1 tablet on each of two consecutive days. Bleeding follows in 3-6 (rarely as long as ten) days, if there is no pregnancy. An existing pregnancy is unaffected by Primodos.” Campaigners have recently unearthed masses of previously unseen documents…

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    I Can’t Throw Away My Last Positive Pregnancy Test – And It’s 5 Years Old

    I don’t keep anything. It’s sort of a joke in my house and also not funny at all to my kids or husband. There are constant cries of, “Why is my toy in the garbage?” or “Do you know what happened to the screws I left on the counter?” I will admit, I am very quick to toss. But that’s only because there are five people living in our house. And if I didn’t do a constant inventory, we’d be drowning in stuff. My kids like to save everything, and coincidentally, so does my husband. Take his sneakers, for example. He wears orthotics, so for every new pair of sneakers,…

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    Litter in the river: From pregnancy test to poop, surprising finds during 2019 Yampa River Cleanup

    STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Three bags full of dog poop, a rotting sleeping bag and a straw in the shape of a phallus were among more than 1,000 pieces of trash volunteers collected during the 2019 Yampa River Cleanup on Saturday.  With about 70 volunteers cleaning approximately 12 miles of the river in Steamboat Springs, Hayden and Craig, this year’s event had a lower turnout than the previous two years, each of which recruited more than 130 volunteers.  Kent Vertrees, one of the event organizers and Friends of the Yampa board president, pointed to a change in schedule for this summer’s cleanup as a possible reason for the drop in attendance. …

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    Flush with success: Philly duo invents biodegradable pregnancy test

    The idea for a biodegradable pregnancy test came to Bethany Edwards and Anna Simpson in graduate school. The Temple University alums were looking for ways to make everyday health care products sustainable while working on their master’s degrees at PennDesign — and the at-home pregnancy test stood out. “It hadn’t been functionally updated in 40 years,” said Edwards. “It was the same stiff plastic stick. What people were doing was adding expensive digital landfill-based components, but nobody was innovating on the sustainability side.” Simpson and Edwards developed this stamplike tool to press together two sheets of natural fibers over the diagnostic test strip. The technology is the same as regular…

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    Lia matters to men, too – Lia – The First Flushable Pregnancy Test

    Come Springtime, summer plans dominate conversations on any college campus. Join a table in any dining hall and you’ll see for yourself. You’re bound to learn who’s doing what research, who’s vacationing where, and who’s landed what internship. You’ll also hear the occasional grouch lamenting three months of eating pretzels and watching daytime television on their parents’ couch. Hey, maybe you’ll hear someone eagerly anticipating the same thing. While students’ summer plans run the gamut, internships seem to take precedence. This news is always front page, above the fold. It signals—or so students tend to think—who’s going to thrive after graduation and who will be submitting last-minute applications to grad…