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Top of the Morning: Here's A First Look at Isabel Oli & John Prats' Prenup ShootThe couple chose a winter-spring-summer-fall theme for the photo session
1.Isabel Oli and John Prats give a sneak peek into prenup photos
Soon-to-be husband and wife John Prats and Isabel Oli shared shots of their prenup photos on Instagram Thursday, March 5. Nice Print Photography posted the photos, which depicted the couple in four different season settings and spelling out L-O-V-E, on Instagram. The wedding is set in May at the Prats’ Batangas farm. (abs-cbnnews.com)
2. Kids with cancer learn martial arts to manage pain
A studio in Detroit, Michigan runs a program called Kids Kicking Cancer, which teaches kids with cancer martial arts to help them cope. Choi Kwang Do black-belter Elimelech Goldberg started Kids Kicking Cancer, inspired by her daughter Sara, who was diagnosed with leukemia just before her first birthday and succumbed to the disease a year after. The kids learn to use martial arts-style breathing and relaxation techniques to manage stress, anxiety, and pain from their illness and medical treatments. (huffingtonpost.com)
3. School gives no homework so kids can play
A New York public school, after analyzing studies about the effectiveness of homework, decided that worksheets and essay assignments are all a waste of time. Ergo, starting this February, the principal announced to parents of the students that pre-kindergarten to fifth grade students would no longer have any traditional homework, and instead encouraged the kids to reading, playing outside or doing whatever activities they enjoy, or “newly-designed homework options.” (yahoo.com)
4. New drug could protect fertility of breast cancer survivors
Breast cancer survivors who still want to have kids after getting treatment are given hope with a new drug called goserelin. Cancer treatment usually affects women’s fertility, but the new drug decreases the chance of women going into menopause early after chemotherapy. Patients who receive the new drug had a high survival rate of 92 percent. The study was published Wednesday, March 4, in the New England Journal of Medicine. (nydailynews.com)
5. Maui Taylor plans to get married
Former Viva Hot Babes member Maui Taylor is planning to wed non-showbiz partner, businessman Antonio Sabarre, with whom she shares a one-year-old son, also named Antonio. The two met in a restaurant in The Fort, Taguig City and already had plans of tying the knot when she became pregnant. They welcomed Antonio in November of 2013. Wedding plans are going well, and the two plan to make their union official soon. (abs-cbnnews.com)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
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