In 2009, CNN described Intelligender, an over-the-counter test that predicts the gender of an unborn baby based on hormones in the mother's urine.
It claims that within 10 minutes of taking the urine test, a woman will be able to tell her baby's gender. The specimen will turn green if it's a boy, and orange if it's a girl.
The gender predictor test boasts a 78 to 80 percent accuracy rate, according to the latest IntelliGender report.
This claimed accuracy seems quite high. Is there any scientific study backing up these figures?