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  • Top of the Morning: Pacquiao Daughters Don't Want Manny to Fight Mayweather Again

    The girls say they're glad their dad "only has a little scratch on his face"
  • 1. Pacquiao’s daughters weigh in on dad’s Fight of The Century

    The daughters of The People’s Champ, Princess and Queenie, had some after-event thoughts on their father’s loss to Floyd Mayweather, Jr.: “I don’t want a Mayweather rematch anymore. I don’t like him so much,” says Princess, 8. Queenie, 6, chimes in, “I’m so glad that daddy is still safe —- so glad that he only has a little scratch on his face and not that big. It’s okay if daddy loses or not. Basta lang he tried his best to serve the Lord,” she said. Both girls said they are still open to their dad stepping into the ring once again as long as he doesn’t get hurt. (abs-cbnnews.com)

    2. Mom spends $161,000 for toddler’s birthday outfit
    A wealthy young Chinese mom spent one million yuan, around $161,000, on designer clothing for her two-year-old daughter. Her daughter debuted the new clothes they have accumulated from their travels to the U.S. -— from designers like Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Burberry —- at a special birthday fashion show at a hotel in Shanxi province. "We have no financial issues, so I just want my daughter to have a better life," she said. (mashable.com)

    3. The Royal princess’s top name contenders

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    After the birth of the Royal daughter last May 2, the public is still left guessing what the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will name their new little bundle of joy. There are a lot of people who would like the new royal princess to be named after the late Princess Diana. Some are speculating it’d be Alice, the name of Queen Victoria’s second daughter and a favorite among bookmakers. Other frontrunners are Alexandra, Victoria or Elizabeth, Charlotte, and Mary. What’s your pick? (huffingtonpost.com)

    4. Diabetic woman with artificial pancreas is first to undergo natural birth
    Catriona Finlayson-Wilkins, 41, gave birth to son Euan last week at the Norfolk University Hospital. She is the first woman to give birth naturally after using an artificial pancreas while pregnant. See, the now mom-of-two has Type 1 diabetes and wore the “artificial pancreas” kit all throughout her pregnancy to produce insulin and prevent symptoms of the disease. Other moms who used the device gave birth via C-section. (bbc.com)

    5. New app being developed to determine preemie baby’s age
    Doctors at the University of Nottingham in the U.K. are collecting images of the feet, eyes, and ears of babies at all stages of development from 23 weeks to 42 weeks, which will be used to create a smartphone app called NeoGest. Doctors in developing countries can then use the app to scan the creases of the feet and the shape of the eyes of premature babies to determine how old they are. Dr. Don Sharkey, a clinical associate professor of neonatal medicine, and Dr. Michel Valstar, a computer scientist, developed the software, which could be a vital tool for other countries where doctors lack equipment and specialist knowledge. (theguardian.com)


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