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  • Top of the Morning: Baby with No Skull Meets Santa for The First Time

  • 1. Baby with No Skull Meets Santa Gets His Santa Moment

    Jaxon and Santa

    Jaxon and Santa 2Photos from Brittany Buell/Facebook

    Jaxon Emmet Buell, the baby who has some parts of his skull missing—and who has defied doctors' lifespan prediction—got his first moment with Santa. He was born with an extremely rare brain malformation, microhydranencephaly, on August. This is Jaxon's first Christmas and mom Brittany posted some photos of her son and the jolly man in a red suit on Facebook. "Jaxon had one of his best days ever today. He was in a great mood all day and got to meet Santa for the very first time," Brittany wrote. Jaxon's family is thankful for every moment with him and celebrating every milestone. (huffingtonpost.co.uk



    2. Mark Zuckerberg just loves sharing photos of Baby Max

     Mark Zuckerberg, Priscilla Chan, and Baby Max + physics book
    Photo from Mark Zuckerberg/Facebook

    It seems like the CEO of Facebook is just like other parents who just couldn't help posting photos of their but share photos of their kids. After the new dad and daughter's intimate photo, Zuckerberg is now working on encouraging Baby Max to like quantum physics! The photo shows the family of three with Zuckerberg holding the book. He captioned the post, "My next book for A Year of Books is Quantum Physics for Babies!" Of course, he was kidding. He did say he loves reading to his daughter and that next year would be a "year of children's books" for him. (people.com


    3. New "cold cap" reduces hair loss for breast cancer patients
    Good news fo the ladies. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved a cap that helps reduce hair loss for women who undergo chemotherapy for breast cancer. The new treatment is called Digitana DigniCap Cooling System. It contains a computer-controlled device that circulates cold liquid in the cap to constrict blood vessels in the scalp so that chemotherapy cannot penetrate the hair follicles. The treatment, which originated in Sweden, is already available in several European countries, Australia, New Zealand and others. (abcnews.go.com

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    5. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer gives birth to twins
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