Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are adding yet another child to their large brood, reports say. The two are said to have started the process of adopting an orphan named Moussa from Syria, who is two years old and was living in the Altinozu refugee camp in Turkey when Angelina met him while visiting as a U. N. Ambassador for refugees and displaced people earlier this year. (womansday.com.au)
2. DuckTales will be returning to TV Disney Channel announced plans to put DuckTales back on the air come 2017 on Disney XD. The cartoon series starring Scrooge McDuck and his trio of grandnephews originally aired from 1987 to 1990. Other fave characters are also set to return: butler Duckworth, nanny Mrs. Beakley, and Scrooge’s archenemy Flinheart Glomgold, among others. The four-time-Emmy award winning series also spawned a full-length film DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp. (mashable.com)
3. Naya Rivera is pregnant!
The "Glee" star has a baby on the way! Naya announced the news on her Instagram by posting an illustration of a bun in the oven, literally. On her website, she shared that she and her husband, actor Ryan Dorsey (Justified), are already excited to welcome a new member of their family. The soon-to-be parents tied the knot last year after being friends for nearly five years. Congratulations! (people.com)
4. Kim Jones and Jericho Rosales in no hurry to have kids Actor Jericho Rosales admits that he and wife, model and TV host Kim Jones, are praying about having kids. “Kasi kapag kinasal kayo hindi pa tapos doon 'yun. Pag-aaralan niyo pa ang isa’t isa and then yung tamang timing,” he shares. Jericho said he wants to be with his wife if ever she gets pregnant, and he wants to be ready for both the pregnancy and fatherhood. In the mean time, he’s busy catching up with his son (from a previous relationship). (abs-cbnnews.com)
5. New way to prevent peanut allergies Being fed snacks containing peanuts early in childhood is associated with a significantly lower risk -- about 70 to 86% -- of being allergic to peanuts by age 5, according to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The study, though, did not include infants aged four to 11 months, whose skin prick test and food challenge test confirm their severe peanut allergy. (yahoo.com)