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‘THANK YOU LORD’: Mother Gives Birth to Miracle Babies While Fighting Aggressive Leukemia

A woman fighting for her life just gave birth to not one, but two miracle babies.  Susie Rabaca of Southern California was devastated when doctors diagnosed her with an aggressive form of acute myeloid leukemia just months into her pregnancy with twins.  Doctors said the only way she’d live long enough to watch her babies and three other children grow ...

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Venezuela crisis: Mothers giving away babies, children living on streets

Oil-rich Venezuela is facing one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises, according to the United Nations. Extreme poverty has jumped 40%, deaths related to child malnutrition are on the rise, and millions have fled the country in the past two years. Many inside and outside Venezuela blame the policies of socialist President Nicolas Maduro. But his supporters point to the ...

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Tuam babies: Remains of children to be exhumed from mass grave

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTuam babies excavation will be forensic, says minister The remains of children buried in unmarked graves at a former mother and baby home in the Republic of Ireland are to be exhumed, identified and reburied. The announcement was made by Minister for Children Katherine Zappone. The site in Tuam, County Galway, will ...

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Same-sex mice have babies – BBC News

Image copyright Leyun Wang Image caption This adult mouse has two mums and no dad, was healthy and able to have healthy pups of her own Baby mice have been made with two mums and no dad, say researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences. It took a substantial feat of genetic engineering to break the rules of reproduction. The ...

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Number of newborn babies taken into care doubles – report

Image copyright Getty Images A new study suggests the number of newborn babies in England taken into care at birth has continued to rise. Data shows that over eight years the number of newborns subject to care proceedings has more than doubled, from 1,039 in 2007-8 to 2,447 in 2016-17. A newborn is defined as a baby less than seven ...

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