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Denise Laurel to Undergo Breast Surgery to Remove LumpPlus, Andi and Jake reach custody agreement, McDonalds to limit antibiotics use in chicken products, and more!by Lei Dimarucut-Sison .
Denise Laurel to undergo breast surgery to remove lump
The 29-year-old actress' doctors advised that there is no immediate need to have the cyst in her breast taken out, but Denise just wants the procedure to be over. “They said I could take my time, but it’s getting bigger and it’s getting bothersome," she said, referring to the lump. In 2016, Denise had a cancer scare when several lumps were detected in her breast, ovaries, and lymph nodes. She, however, assured her fans in June of the same year that she is cancer-free. To keep herself healthy, "[I just] make sure I stay away from chicken with steroids and the non-organic food," and that she gets enough exercise and sleep. Denise is mom to 6-year old son Alejandro. (pep.ph)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Andi, Jake agree on shared custody of daughter Ellie
After the August 22 pre-trial session for the shared custody petition filed by actor Jake Ejercito, all seems to be well between him and ex Andi Eigenmann, mother of his 5-year-old daughter Ellie. In a statement with ABS-CBN News online, Andi said Jake can see Ellie anytime. "It is something that I want and agreed on because I think that's the best for my daughter. I want her to feel complete as a human and having her father there beside her is a part of it," she added. As regards her personal issues with Jake, "Kahit ano pa yung misunderstanding namin, kahit na di kami nagkakasundo or kung ano man 'yan, when it comes to Ellie, alam kong mahal na mahal niya ang anak namin." (pep.ph)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
How Ina Raymundo avoids playing favorites with her five kids
It may be easier said than done, but the fit mama says she has learned how to make each of her kids feel special: “You try to spend one-on-one with your kids," Ina says, adding that she also tries to see the good in each of them by focusing on their individual strengths. She and husband Brian Poturnak, married for fourteen years now, have five kids: Erika, 15; Jacob, 13; Miki, 9; Anika, 7; and Minka, 4. (pep.ph)
Marian Rivera on teaching baby Zia proper hygiene: "Bata pa lang, sanayin na"ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The actress and TV host could not stress enough the importance of starting your kids young -- especially when it comes to healthy habits. "Tini-train ko talaga!" she says, adding that at less than two years old, her daughter already knows she has to brush her teeth before sleeping, when she wakes up, and after every meal. She has also taught baby Zia to wash herself 'down there'. “Hindi puwedeng hindi siya mag-wash ng 'peng-peng' niya. Kahit anong mangyari, kahit naantok ka, natutulog ka, gigisingin kita, huhugasan kita,” the mom of one said. “Mas maganda siguro, bata pa lang sinasanay mo na.” (pep.ph)
McDonalds to start limiting antibiotics use in chicken products by 2018
The fastfood giant says it will implement a new global policy with regard to the use of antibiotics in its chicken supply by next year, with the exception of some markets in Europe and Australia. Antibiotics are used by poultry farmers in chickens not only to prevent and treat outbreaks of disease, but also to help the birds gain weight more quickly, but scientists have in the past suspected a link between drug-resistant bacteria in humans and antibiotics injected to animals. This new move is part of McDonalds' efforts to help curb humans' microbial resistance to drugs, which, according to estimates, may be causing more deaths than cancer in decades to come. (abs-cbn.com)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW