The Maroon 5 frontman and wife, Victoria's Secret angel Behati Prinsloo already have a bun in the oven. Sources say that Behati is around three to four months along the family way, and that the Levine is "over the moon" about being a dad. The two dated for about a year before tying the knot in July 2014. "I want to have 100 kids. I want to have more kids than would be socially responsible," The Voice coach said in an August 2014 interview. Behati shares her husband’s goal: "I’ve always wanted a family since I was a little girl, a big family," she said in an interview this year. (usmagazine.com)
3. Maricar and Richard Poon want to have a baby "now na"
This is the year the crooner Richard Poon and wife actress Maricar Reyes will try for a baby. The two have been married for two years and in an interview with Pep.ph, they revealed that they are finally ready. "Now na, ngayon na!' Maricar said. "A lot of people ask us that and before, answer namin, 'We want to wait two years before having a kid.' So nag-two years na kami, and we’re still waiting,'" she added. Richard said that he wanted a house full of kids and is looking forward to being a dad. Maricar, on the other hand, wants to focus on one baby at a time, but wouldn't mind having twins. (pep.ph)
3. Spiderman debuts in the new Civil War trailer
The second trailer of Disney and Marvel's Captain America: Civil War is more than packed with tension and action as another superhero joins them. Spiderman, or "Underoos" as Iron Man calls him, finally turns up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe--and he's going up against Captain America. Tom Holland plays Peter Parker, Spidey's high school student alter ego, who will have his own stand-alone movie produced by Sony next year. We'll see how much of Parker's story will be revealed in his new incarnation (yet again) when Captain America: Civil War premieres in May this year. (ew.com)
4. Hydrolyzed formula does not protect kids from asthma and allergies A new study had found that a new type of hydrolyzed formula does not protect kids from autoimmune diseases such as asthma or allergies. Based on previous studies, infant-feeding guidelines recommend giving babies hydrolyzed or hypoallergenic baby formula if there's a family history of allergies and asthma. However, the recent study found it doesn't lower the babies' risks, nor could it prevent them from developing an allergy to cow's milk. The researchers stress that the best chances of reducing the risk is breast milk. (webmd.com)
5. U.S. announces new diaper program The White House announced that it had teamed up with e-commerce company Jet.com, diaper brand Cuties, and several nonprofit organizations to manufacture and distribute diapers for a very low price and make it more accessible to everyone. With the program, the diapers would be sold at 25 percent than the lowest purchase price. Its goal is to help one in three American families who can't struggle to afford diapers for their babies -- and this could lead to serious health problems for both the babies and their families. (popsugar.com)