Actress Judy Ann Santos, or Juday, is confirmed to be pregnant for the second time. Her husband, actor Ryan Agoncillo, confirmed the pregnancy rumors on the noontime show "Eat Bulaga," which he co-hosts. He also posted the ultrasound results on his Instagram account. According to Ryan's manager Noel Ferrer, Juday is nine weeks pregnant. Congratulations! (pep.ph)
2. "Captain America" star is married Actor Anthony Mackie, who plays The Falcon in the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, quietly wed his childhood sweetheart, Sheletta Chapital, six months ago. The two, who met whem they were in grade school, tied the knot in December at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. It was a small, low-key, and relaxed celebration with a welcome dinner, a game of golf, and drinks, before they headed for their honeymoon. Best wishes! (people.com)
3. New "Frozen" ride coming to Disney World Arendelle is going to be part of Disney World! The theme park's Epcot center showcases countries, such as Mexico, China, Germany, France, Morocco, that have exhibits and rides in the "World Showcase" and Arendelle is the newest addition. The area will be a venue for the new "Frozen" ride in the works. Next year, the area will be filled with "Frozen Ever After," a new dark ride attraction, where guests can relive that scenes of the movie amidst a Norway-inspired aesthetics. (people.com)
4. Vaccine curbs Rotavirus to non-existence Here's another proof that vaccine-preventable diseases can be eliminated completely. In just six years since the Rotavirus vaccine was introduced, hospitalizations for the diarrheal illness, which severely affects babies and puts them at risk for dehydration, had dropped by 94 percent, while hospitalizations for overall gastrointestinal illnesses were cut in half. This is according to a new research published in the journal JAMA and was funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. (forbes.com)
5. Health warning for sugary drink ads? In San Francisco, California, residents will soon see health warnings attached to ads of sugary soda drinks, as well as those of energy drinks and iced teas that go over the limit of 25 calories from sweeteners -- that is, if the new law gets final approval. The ordinace proposed reasons that such beverages contribute to obesity, diabetes and other health problems. The health warning would read: "WARNING: Drinking beverages with added sugar(s) contributes to obesity, diabetes, and tooth decay. This is a message from the City and County of San Francisco." If approved, San Francisco would be the first place in the U.S. to require such a warning on ads for soda. (huffpost.com)
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