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Top of the Morning: Shamcey Supsup Welcomes First ChildPlus, Baby Max's first swim, a salad recall alert, and more!
1. Shamcey Supsup gives birth to first child
Miss Universe 2011 third runner up Shamcey Supsup has given birth to her first child, a daughter, on Sunday, January 24. She took to Instagram to announce the birth of her and husband Lloyd Lee's daughter whom they named Nyke. "Arrived at the hospital, 7cm dilated. Really thought I could deliver normally, but because of unforeseen circumstances, had to undergo CS. Everything just hurts, but seeing your baby for the first time is just magical. Thank you Lord for giving us this healthy, strong and super bait na baby," she captioned the photo of little Nyke. Shamcey's friend and former beauty queen MJ Lastimosa also posted photos of herself with the newborn. Congratulations! (pep.ph)
2. Baby Max goes on her first swim with dad Mark Zuckerberg
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"Max's first swim," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg captioned the photo he posted on the social media website on Sunday. "She loves it!" he added. The new dad has been chronicling his milestones, as well as Baby Max's. He had shared photos of him changing nappies and reading to her, and the time when they went to the doc's clinic to get her shots, to name a few. He and wife Priscilla Chan also made a baby time capsule for Baby Max just a few weeks after her birth. (people.com)
3. Blood test could tell if a patient needs antibiotic
This is good news to fight antibiotic resistance. Doctors may soon be able to conduct a blood test to check if one suffering from a respiratory illness needs antibiotics to treat his condition. Duke University in the U.S. discovered that genes react differently when fighting viruses or bacterial infections, and a new simple blood test could tell if the respiratory illness is caused by a virus that does not need antibiotics versus those caused by a bacteria which need antibiotics. (telegraph.co.uk)
4. Recall alert: Dole Salad Mixes
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control reported that one had died and 12 others were hospitalized after eating salad mixes packaged at a Dole factory in Ohio. Reports say the packages were tainted with listeria, a life-threatening infection caused by eating food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The packages were sold under brands: Dole, Fresh Selections, Simple Truth, Marketside, The Little Salad Bar, and President's choice--and have since been recalled. (yahoo.com)
5. Former Playboy bunny Holly Madison is pregnant again
Holly Madison is three months pregnant with her second child. Her daughter Rainbow Aurora is going to be big sister soon. “I’m so excited. This time I know what to expect a little bit more. [That] makes it even more enjoyable!” said the author of Down The Rabbit Hole, a book she wrote about her experience in the Playboy Mansion and more. (people.com)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWhttp://celebritybabies.people.com/2016/01/24/mark-zuckerberg-maxima-first-swim-photo/#mce_temp_url#
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