When you use a public bathroom, you normally see a machine where you can buy feminine products or condoms.
But one bar bathroom is the talk of the town for its new vending machine. It dispenses pregnancy tests.
It sounds strange but here's the reason behind it. They want to prevent prenatal exposure to alcohol.
That's the mission behind a Minnesota non-profit, "Healthy brains for children."
The first step the group says is making pregnancy tests more available.
Many women who go out for a drink are pregnant, but don't know it yet. But some who know, still do.
According to the CDC, one in thirteen pregnant women drink alcohol.
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