A psychologist at SUNY-Albany says he has a cure for pregnant women experiencing morning sickness: semen. That's right, Gordon Gallup says that pregnant women who are exposed to the semen of the child's father on a regular basis are less likely to suffer from morning sickness.
Gallup is a specialist in human reproductive competition and behavior, and argues that pregnant women vomit and experience sickness because their bodies are rejecting semen as something foreign. Familiarity with semen will eliminate that reaction, let him tell it.
Though this theory has yet to be tested, most soon-to-be-fathers will presumably be eager to go to work in the lab.
[via NY Daily News]