A baby has beat the odds and survived a killer bug at 21 weeks and a heart operation while inside the womb.
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While driving his pregnant wife (who was in labor) to the hospital, John Coughlin had a run in with the law, which resulted in him receiving a speeding ticket for driving 102 mph in a 55 mph zone.
As of Monday Molly Campbell, a five month old who was diagnosed with leukemia on Christmas Eve, has begun to receive her first round of chemotherapy treatment.
Firefighters from Charlotte, North Carolina were enjoying some Christmas cheer and celebrating the season with an early Christmas dinner, this past Sunday afternoon when one of the Firefighters noticed smoke coming from just across the street. Upon closer inspection, the crew found the smoke was from an SUV that crashed into a tree.
A new mom is happy to be able to express her gratitude to a gentleman who helped assist in the arrival of her baby before paramedics were able to arrive.
On December 05, a mysterious man helped Shirley Snyder’s granddaughter Keri Lavetan deliver her first baby in the back of her car in a convenience store parking lot.
Wang Hui is the third mother to undergo an experimental fertilization process called “three frozen” baby, which uses a test tube baby conceived with a frozen egg, frozen sperm, and a frozen embryo. The first “three Frozen” baby was born in Italy in 2004 and the second was born in Beijing in 2006.
A couple and their eighteen month old child are thankful to be safe after they were stranded overnight along a Manitoba lake located 500 kilometers northeast of Winnipeg.
Gim Yun-mi, a seven months pregnant Olympic shooter from Gyeongju, South Korea revealed to press that her unborn baby and last minute phone call from her husband are what helped her achieve her second gold medal at the Asian Games.
McKinley Rose Nicholas is a fifteen month old baby girl who needs a bone marrow transplant in order for her to survive acute myeloid leukemia (AML), an aggressive form of leukemia common in adults but rare in children.