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Top of the Morning: Actor Joross Gamboa and Wife Welcome BabyFind out what name they picked! Plus, Kalyeserye earns five Catholic Social Media awards
1. Joross Gamboa's wife gives birth to baby boy!
Kapamilya actor Joross Gamboa and his wife Katz had welcomed their first baby, a boy they named Jace Kyler. Joross took to Instagram to announce the good news, and tagged his celebirty friends, too. He captioned the first photo of Baby Jace Kyler: "Thank you, God, for giving my wife a safe and normal delivery. Thank you also for giving us a healthy, cute baby boy! Ang lakas namin talaga sayo Lord... We praise and worship You!" The longtime couple married in November last year at Fernbrook Gardens, Alabang, Muntinlupa, and conceived shortly after. Congratulations! (pep.ph)
2. Kalyeserye garners five awards at the Catholic Social Media Summit
Eat Bulaga's Kalyeserye received five honors at the Catholic Social Media Summit held at Sta. Rosa, Laguna, on October 11. Three honors were awarded to its cast: Maine Mendoza, a.k.a. Yaya Dub, for "being influential in propagating Christian values to the youth", Alden Richards, "for being a good youth role model", and to Lola Nidora, played by Wally Bayola, for "being instrumental in spreading good values in media." The other two were given to TAPE, Inc, the company that produces the noontime show, for "producing the Kalyeserye and giving importance to promoting Christian family values and virtues", and to the AlDubNation Team for "spreading #Kalyeserye values online through inspirational posts and tweets." (pep.ph)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
4. DSWD launches "Zumbata"
Now, the popular dance execise Zumba is not only for grownups. Recently, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and the Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC), together with the National Youth Commission (NYC), launched "Zumbata" to help raise awareness for and fight child abuse. Some 1,000 children of all ages, economic background, and even special-needs kids joined in the fun and dancing at the SM Skydome in Quezon City. The event, which was also held in partnership with SM Cares, kicks off the Children's Month Celebration this coming N0vember. (president.gov.ph)
4. Breastfed infants may get enough vitamin D from mother's milk
This could be an alternative to giving infants vitamin D drops. A U.S. study suggests that babies who are breastfed may get enough vitamin D from their mothers' milk if the moms are taking a high dose of vitamin D supplements. Health experts recommend moms to exclusively breastfeed their babies until six months for the nutrients and protection it can give the baby. However, breast milk does not typically contain vitamin D. The study found that by giving the mothers vitamin D supplements ranging from 400 to 6,400 IU, their babies also received relatively the same amount that the babies are given via vitamin drops. (gmanetwork.com)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
5. Having more sex really does improve chances of conception
You'd think it's already a given, right? If you want to get pregnant, have sex a lot. Two new studies found that the more a woman engages in sexual intercourse, the more frequently her immune system gets the message that it's time to make a baby, which may help increase her chances 0f conceiving. Researchers argue that when a woman engages in sex with her partner even when she's not fertile, it triggers a change in her immune system that could increase her likelihood of getting pregnant. The two studies were published in the jounals Fertility and Sterility and in Physiology and Behavior. (time.com)
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