• Top of the Morning: Disney to Open Indiana Jones-inspired Resto

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  • 1. Disney to open Indiana Jones resto

    Indiana Jones cafe

    The fans of the famous archeologist will be very happy: Disney parks announced that an Indiana Jones-themed restaurant will open Orlando at Disney Springs later towards the end of the year. A possible name for the restaurant is Jock Lindsey's Hangar bar, an homage to Lindsey, Indie's freelance pilot who has a pet snake named Reggie. The food will definitely be Indiana Jones-inspired and will carry Lucasfilm merchandise. (mashable.com)


    2. Mom gives birth to 13-pound baby
    Michelle Hall, a mom in Pennsylvania gave birth to a baby who weighed 13 pounds, and 10 ounces, and measuring 25 inches long. The baby, Isaac Michael Hall, was the largest baby that was delivered West Penn Hospital via C-section. He's five pounds heavier and almost seven inches longer than the average newborn. Thankfully, Isaac was born without underlying medical issues. (huffpost.com)


    3. Love for school, nature or nurture?
    According to a new study in Personality and Individual Differences, genetics play a pretty large role on whether a child will like going to school or not. Environmental factors play a lesser role. The study looked at kids nine to 16 year olds and gauged how motivated they were in the classroom and how much academic ability they thought they had. Researchers also found that when twins, that's the time that environmental differences affect how they perceive school as they grow up. (yahoo.com)


    4. Geri Halliwell ties the knot
    The former Spice Girl married Formula 1 team boss Christian Hormer at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire, England on Friday, May 15. In a series of posts leading up to the wedding, Geri posted a blue ribbon in honor of daughter Bluebell Madonna, 9. While they were not in attendance, Geri's girl bandmates Victoria Beckham and Melanie Brown tweeted their well wishes. Congratulations! (people.com)


    5. Universal flu vaccine is coming soon
    The age of the annual flu vaccine may soon come to an end, as scientists' test for a universal flu vaccine is a success. An analysis of 10 years worth of data on human influenza B viruses has shed new light on the pathogen that causes the illness. This study could pave the way to make a flu vaccine more effective by better targeting vaccines or by eventually eliminating one of the flu strains completely. (sciencedaily.com)

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