Can a roller coaster help pass a kidney stone? (And does it compare to child birth?!)

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Researchers at Michigan State University found that taking a spin on a “moderate intensity” roller coaster can help you pass a kidney stone. The technique had a 60 percent success rate when small stones were involved. Matt Lauer laments the prospect of both riding a coaster and passing a stone, comparing it to a “male version of child birth.”