• Top of the Morning: Sarah G's Disney Song Debuts on TV

    The much-awaited music video debuted last December 7, plus the effect of consuming canned goods on your health
  • 1. Sarah Geronimo’s Disney video is out
    The pop star princess's own rendition of “The Glow” from the movie Tangled has been released on Disney Channel Asia last Saturday, December 6. Sarah turned emotional after seeing the three-minute video for the first time, which showed scenes from her favorite Disney films such as Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Snow White as she sang. (abs-cbnnews.com)



    2. Mom sells breastmilk online
    British mom Rebecca Hudson found a way to earn and save for Christmas presents: by selling her breastmilk online. For $20 per five-ounce bottle of liquid gold, this mom of four has already earned $4,750 this year. She says she doesn’t really discriminate as to how her buyers use her “merchandise,” she just doesn’t want to throw it away because it takes a lot of “energy and time to produce it.” (yahoo.com)


    3. Amanda Peet gives birth to son

    Actress Amanda Peet (A Lot Like Love) and husband, "Game of Thrones" co-producer David Benioff, welcomed their third child, Henry, born December 7. Henry's big sisters Frances Pen, 7, and June, 4, are both excited to have a brother. (people.com)


    4. Genetic testing helps children with brain disorders
    A new study published in the journal Science Translational Medicine suggests that genetic screening helps 50% of children with brain disorders get diagnosed and treated quickly. While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is still contemplating on the merits and efficacy of such screenings, researchers at the Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Texas showed data that genetic screening, specifically the genome screening which exposes a person’s possible risks for certain diseases, helped 45% of children with brain disorder receive new diagnoses, and guided 55% of them to different treatments. (time.com)


    5. Chemical BPA in canned goods raise blood pressure
    Do you and your family consume big amounts of canned food and drinks? Latest research suggests that bisphenol-A (BPA) in canned goods can raise blood pressure. In a study published in Hypertension, researchers found drinking from cans, many of which have linings that contain BPS, can raise blood pressure 16 times compared to drinking from glass bottles. Better stay away from canned goods then; preservative-laden foods are also not healthy. (huffingtonpost.com)

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