• Top of the Morning: Bianca Gonzalez and JC Intal Celebrate First Wedding Anniversary!

    Plus, a woman donates 92 gallons of breast milk and new Disney World Star Wars attractions!
  • 1. Bianca Gonzalez and JC Intal celebrate one year of marriage

    The new parents to Baby Lucia celebrated their first wedding anniversary yesterday. The Pinoy Big Brother host posted a video from their wedding to commemorate and share her and husband pro-baller JC Intal's couple milestone. Bianca also shared flowers and a note where JC signed it with "Forever". Jc, on his part, also posted a throwback photo from their wedding. He captioned his post, he said: "One year down, forever to go! Happy anniversary @iamsuperbianca! I love you and Lucia so much!" Happy first wedding anniversary, Bianca and JC! (abs-cbnnews.com

     

    2. Disney World unveils new Star Wars attractions

    With the most-awaited seventh film for the Star Wars saga, Orlando, Florida's Disney World has revealed the newest attractions ahead of the premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens on December 18. The Star Tours ride now includes The Force Awakens characters and adventures. At the Star Wars Launch Bay entrance: on the dark side, you can meet Darth Vader, while on the light side, Chewy's there to hang out with you. The ride itself is nostalgic for old fans, but also tries to get new fans on board. There are a lot of kid-focused activities, like Jedi training. Even the food is geared towards kids: Darth Vader choco-peanut butter cake, Blue Milk Panna Cotta, Padawan Limeade, a BB-8 Lemon and Butter Cream cupcake, and a Han Solo Souvenir Kid’s Meal served in a Han Solo-themed bucket. (mashable.com)

     

    3. Woman donates 92 gallons of milk In honor of stillborn son
    Amy Anderson lost her baby Bryson, who was stillborn at 20 weeks. She and husband Bryan found out the Bryson had lower urinary tract obstruction at 15 weeks gestate and fought for his life. However, he died in October 28 and Amy delivered him two days later. Her doctor advised her to bind her breast, but instead she started pumping milk regularly, after reading about all the benefits of breast milk. After pumping for eight months, she donated 92 gallons of breast milk to five milk banks in four different U.S. states and Canada. Amy has helped with almost 30,000 feedings. Today, she's working to become a lactation consultant and helping change legislation to give all lactating mothers break time to pump at the workplace. (today.com

     

    4. Dad's sperm could affect his baby's weight
    New research claims that the father's sperm may contribute to losing or maintaining an ideal weight. The fat-sperm gene could be predispose his kids to obesity. According to the study, sperm of lean men and obese men had different epigenetic markers, and researchers found that the obese men's sperm epigenetic markers for genes related to appetite regulation changed after a weight-loss surgery. Researchers suggest that men should change their behavior when trying to have children in the same way women change their behavior while pregnant. (yahoo.com

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    5. Norway newspaper apologizes for Santa obit
    Don't worry, Santa is not dead. Norway newspaper Afterposten issued an apoogy after an obituary appeared on the newspaper's website, announcing that Santa Clause has passed away after having lived a very long and active life. He was 227 years old, the obituary said. It even included details of the funeral for the big fat jolly man in a red suit, that it's going to be at the Chapel of the North Pole on his birthday, Deceber 12. Aftenposten said it was unclear as to how the announcement made it to the website but it has promised to "review its internal processes to establish what went wrong." The obituary has since been removed. (gmanetwork.com

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