Top of the Morning: There's a Baby in the Big Brother HouseThe reality TV program offers a new twist to the show
1. Meet the youngest Pinoy Big Brother housemate
Image grabbed from ABS-CBN Entertainment's video
ABS-CBN's “Pinoy Big Brother 737” welcomed its youngest housemate to date: a baby boy. One of the 12 new housemates, Phil Lampart, was allowed to bring his baby when he entered the famous yellow house. “Determined Dad ng Australia” entered the PBB 737 house with a special privilege of taking his son Romeo with him inside the house. His partner Robbie is also allowed special visits to the house to help provide for Romeo’s needs. See how Phil and baby Romeo, and the other new housemates, fare inside the PBB house starting tonight. (abs-cbnnews.com)
2. Target will stop separating “girls“ toys and “boys” toys
The retail giant will no longer segregate toys for girls and for boys, the company announced last Friday, to eliminate the gender-biased signs in some of its department sections such as toys, home, and entertainment. Target will no longer use pink or blue on its shelves’ walls in its toy section; beddings will also be merged into one single “kids section.” Two months prior, a woman from Ohio tweeted a photo of Target’s toy section which had labels according to gender, and the post got much flak online. (time.com)
3. “That’s So Raven” reunion?ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Photo from Raven-Symone's Facebook page
The Disney Channel show “That’s So Raven” cast had a mini reunion and star Raven-Symone teased that there will be more reunions than the photo she posted on her Facebook. Could it be that the popular kids’ show will be back onscreen? Raven posted on her Facebook a photo of her, Orlando Brown and Anneliese van der Pol (who played Raven’s friends Eddie and Chelsea respectively) and Kyle Massey (who played her younger brother Cory) in a car. Annelise posted the same photo on Instagram with the caption, “Announcement coming soon.” It’s been eight years since “That’s So Raven:” went off air. (usmagazine.com)
4. Birth-control pill prevents womb cancers
Positive effects such as having clearer skin have been associated with the Pill. Now, add to that "cancer protection". A study published in the journal The Lancet Oncology found that long-term use of contraceptive pills protects a woman from endometrial cancer, which affects the womb; it’s the most common uterine cancer among women. Researchers studied over 130,000 women and found that 10 years of contraceptive use absolutely reduced the risk of developing endometrial cancer before a woman hits 75 years old. The anti-cancer benefits persisted for decades after women stopped taking the pill. (huffingtonpost.com)
5. Arizona girl first to use cannabis oil legally
Eleven-year-old Mercedez Gonzales, from Mesa, Arizona, has been suffering from bouts of epilepsy since she was three years old. It was only a high-CBD strain of medical marijuana that helped minimize the frequency of her seizures; her seizures became infrequent enough for her to be able to attend summer camp for the first time. She was very eager to participate and gave her all during the summer camp. Mercedez became the first child to openly use cannabis oil during her summer camp stay sponsored by The Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona. (ryot.org)CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
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