1. Actor Dingdong Dantes shares Marian Rivera’s birthing experience
In an interview that aired in "24 Oras", the Kapuso Primetime King recalled how it was to witness the birth of his child, Baby Zia. "Wow, e, talagang masasabi ko sa sarili ko na naka-witness ako ng isang miracle! Nagkaroon siya ng buhay sa mga mata ko, I really saw it, paglabas and narinig ko yung pag-iyak. At talagang pinaka-precious na moment sa kasaysayan ng buhay ko na hinding-hindi ko makakalimutan,” he said. He revealed that his camera and phone has never been this busy as he takes a photo of Zia almost every hour, and admits that he thinks Zia looks like Marian. When asked when the public will get a glimpse of the baby, he said that they are focusing first on Marian's recovery and the baby's health. Dingdong and Marian Rivera welcomed baby Zia on November 23. (pep.ph)
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2. Sesame Street will be shorter, but packed with more fun
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It starts off with a fresh take on its theme song "Can You Tell Me How to Get to Sesame Street?" The 46th season of the iconic children's show will kick off its first under HBO on January 16, 2016. Sesame Street will feature updates and some changes. Each episode will be 30 minutes-long instead of an hour, and also has a new set where many of the seasoned characters will move into. The updated show will also have new segments for its characters, such as Cookie Monster's "Smart Cookies," and new cast members like Nina, a bilingual Hispanic woman. (yahoo.com)
3. Watch: New trailer for Disney's Zootopia
Here's the new trailer for Disney's upcoming offering, Zootopia. It tells the story of a rookie police officer bunny Judy Hoops, who is voiced by Once Upon A Time star Ginnifer Goodwin. The new trailer zeroes in on Judy's encounters with a DMV office run by slow sloths. Other voice actors in the film include Idris Elba, Shakira, Jason Bateman, Octavia Spencer, J.K. Simmons, Jenny Slate and more. Zootopia will premiere in theaters in March 2016. (mashable.com)
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4. Don't use crib bumpers, suggests new study According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the number of infant deaths linked to the use of crib bumpers has tripled over a seven-year period, and researchers suspect the real number is higher as incidents are underreported. Crib bumpers are padded blankets placed inside cribs to prevent baby's arms and legs from getting stuck in between the slats, but it appears this crib accessory is more dangerous than researchers originally thought. (livescience.com)
5. Scientist invent malaria-resistant mosquitos U.S. scientists may have invented the solution to eradicate malaria with a genetically-modified mosquito that can resist the infection. The University of California team took a type of mosquito found in India and injected a resistance gene in the mosquito's DNA, so their offspring also inherited the same resistance. Scientists hope that the same method they used to create the malaria-resistant mosquito could also be applied in other species of mosquitoes around the globe. Current reports put half of the world's population at risk of malaria. (bbc.com)
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