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Perpetually Pregnant Mother Tries To Keep Her 14th Baby

A woman in England is giving OctoMom, the Gosselins, and the Duggars a run for their money. Theresa Winters is pregnant with her 14th child, but she’s never actually raised any of her other 13 kids past the age of two. Social Services keeps taking them! After the perpetually-pregnant mother was “taken into care” when she was younger, Social Services deemed her unfit to care for her children. [Daily Mail] Keep reading »

Slain Mother’s Baby Found Alive

On Monday, eight-months-pregnant Darlene Haynes of Massachusetts was found dead in her bedroom, her unborn baby cut from her womb. Amazingly, this tragic murder has a silver lining: Darlene’s baby girl has been found alive. Police found the baby with one of Darlene’s friends, Julie A. Corey, in New Hampshire yesterday. When some of Darlene’s friends heard about the grisly murder, they tipped off authorities that they had seen Corey shortly before, carrying around a newborn girl. Corey claimed she had recently given birth, “sometime” between July 23th and 24th, and couldn’t remember the name of the Massachusetts hospital where she’d had the baby. Corey is currently charged with being a fugitive from justice, but something tells me that in the end she’ll be charged with something much stronger. Police are currently investigating what happened in this heinous crime. The most important part is that Darlene’s baby girl is healthy and getting proper medical attention. [CNN] Keep reading »

Mila The Beluga Whale Saves A Drowning Woman

Free Willy, who? Mila the beluga whale is officially the most amazing creature under the sea. Well, at least, under the pool. During a free-diving competition at the Polar Land pool in China, Mila noticed a diver in distress. On the way up from holding her breath at the bottom of a 20-foot-deep pool, panic struck diver Yang Yun because the arctic cold temperature of the water paralyzed her legs. She started sinking deeper into the freezing pool, and without any breathing equipment, Yang thought she was going to die. Until (cue heroic music), Mila the beluga whale swam over, put Yang’s leg in her mouth, and pushed her to the surface. Diving to the bottom of a 20-foot-deep arctic pool sounds like a recklessly stupid competition to me, but Mila using her beluga nose to help Yang to safety is nothing short of truly heartwarming. Yay Mila! [Daily Mail] Keep reading »

Two Women Fight For Rights In Afghanistan

Throughout this year’s Iranian presidential elections, women flooded the streets. Now, improving women’s rights is a hot topic with Iranian lawmakers. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the women in Afghanistan. Many hoped that a U.S. presence in the country would bring more focus on the women’s movement. But it turns out that once the Taliban leaders left town, equally malicious Afghan warlords took their place. Because of fear of further oppression, today’s Afghan women’s movement uses underground tactics—mainly, forming secret organizations to educate women. But two Afghan women say it’s time to rise above the fray. Pashtoon Azfar and Malalai Joya are not keeping their thoughts quiet—they’re practically shouting them from the rooftop. And they face constant death threats and possible execution. [Jezebel] Keep reading »

A Mother Is Allergic To Her Baby

Right after giving birth to her son, James, new mama Joanne Mackie started finding blisters on her arms and legs. A few days later, she winced whenever anything touched the painful rash and the tiny blisters that had blossomed into painful welts. Joanne was in such agony she could no longer hold her baby and daddy took over. The new mother was stumped, but a trip to the doctor was even more baffling. Joanne was allergic to her baby. The 28-year-old mother suffers from a rare but painful and dangerous skin disease, Pemphigoid Gestationis. Keep reading »

Gallery: The Celebrity Doll House

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Like any new action flick, the characters of “GI Joe: Rise of the Cobra” have been cast into plastic in a slew of action figures you can currently find on the shelves of toy stores around the country. While the movie and its merch should be a hit with 10-year-old boys, Sienna Miller won’t be purchasing her character’s doll any time soon. While Miller plays sexy spy-badass Baroness in the movie, the actress is less than impressed with her action figure. “My doll is cross-eyed and has the biggest chin you have ever seen. She looks sort of possessed,” said Miller. [NY Daily News]

On a scale of 1-10, we say Sienna’s doll is an 8. The makers nailed Sienna’s teeny frame and and cut her hair the right length, even though her character is technically a brunette. The chin is honestly not that bad, but how can Sienna see her doll’s eyes, since she’s wearing glasses? In other words, quit complaining, Sienna! Your doll is not nearly as bad as some of the celebrities who’ve been forever immortalized in plastic. Take a look at our Frisky Celebrity Doll House.

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