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  • Top of the Morning: Hollywood Stars Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed Get Married

  • 1. Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed get married

    The two “vampires” just got hitched. The "Twilight" alum and "The Vampire Diaries" star tied the knot on April 27 at the Topanga Canyon. News of their nuptials broke Twitter with photos of the couple holding each other tight as they stare into the horizon. The animal-loving duo first got together in July last year and got engaged early this year. This is the first marriage for Ian and the second for Nikki. Congratulations! (people.com)

    2. Kids with divorced parents thrive more with shared custody arrangements
    A new study published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health suggests that children aged 12 to 15 whose parents underwent divorce fare better when they spend time living with both of their parents, contrary to popular opinion that shared-custody situations expose the kids to more stress due to the social disruption that comes with it. Researchers suggest, though, that being in contact with both parents is more important than shuffling addresses. (time.com)

    3. Disney’s "Descendants" releases first trailer
    The sons and daughters of Disney’s evil villains take the spotlight in the new Disney original movie. Directed by Kenny Ortega of "High School Musical", it stars Dove Cameron as Mal (Maleficent’s daughter), Booboo Stewart as Jay (Jafar’s son), Cameron Boyce as Carlos (Cruella de Vil’s son), Sofia Carson as Evie (Evil Queen’s daughter) with Kristen Chenoweth as Maleficent and Kathy Najimy as Evil Queen. Watch the trailer below to see what the villains’ spawns have in store for you when they’re set free. Disney’s Descendants will premiere on the Disney Channel this July. (time.com)


    4. Donita Rose hopeful her marriage will be saved
    Rumors that actress Donita Rose and husband Eric Villarama are having marital problems surfaced recently, but Donita is hopeful that their union can prevail. In response to a question about their separation, she said, “We’re going through a really difficult time right now in our relationship. As with any marriage, meron talagang pagsubok na mangyayari. Naniniwala ako na, at the end of the day, maybe God will bring us back together.” She also pleads to have privacy for their 10-year-old son JP. (pep.ph)

    5. Late start on solid foods puts babies more at risk for cancer
    Researchers found that babies who didn’t begin eating solids until the age of 10 months had four times the risk of acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL) than infants who started on solids by four months. Kids who started solids at five or six months didn’t have an increased risk for the most common type of childhood cancer in the U.S. The study was presented at the meeting of the American Association of Cancer Research. (yahoo.com)

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