It's common to do certain things in the dark: get your snooze on, watch a movie, maybe even deliver a baby.
Deliver a ... baby? In the dark? It happens.
It's a scenario that's almost hard to fathom, considering many of us can barely find a light switch in the dark without stubbing a toe on every piece of furniture. But as U.S.-based OB/GYN Dr. Laura Stachel discovered on a research trip in 2008, babies around the world too often are being delivered in near darkness — until she found a unique way to fix it.