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Pakistan doctors have focused a great amount of attention on this 6-legged newborn whose stability is tentative to say the least.
The little boy was born last week to parents in Sukkur, a city in Sindh Province in southeastern Pakistan, and was being cared for by doctors at the National Institute of Child Health in Karachi, News.com.au reported.
Jamal Raza, the institute’s director, said the child had a conjoined twin, which was premature, resulting in the extra limbs.
Anyone who has gone to a Catholic school has come to fear nuns, as well as rulers and sometimes fish. Now there’s another item on the list of reasons nuns are to be feared; they have been stealing babies
and eathing them.
The aging Sisters of Charity nun was charged with kidnapping a newborn girl from a Madrid hospital in the 1980s. A group of more than 1,000 families said she was part of a nationwide baby-snatching ring dating back four decades. The group, Anadir, said the ring involved hundreds of doctors, nurses, priests, nuns and midwives who schemed to convince poor or unwed mothers their babies had died at birth.
It’s that year, it’s 2012 and all the Christians are buying “no interest until 2013″ items in anticipation of the return of Jesus and they may not be a stupid as they seem seeing as this baby came back to life 12 hours after being pronounced dead.
When six-months pregnant Analia Bouter gave birth at a hospital in Resistencia, staff told her the baby was stillborn and showed no signs of life, the BBC reported, citing local media.
Twelve hours later, Bouter and her husband took a trip the morgue to visit their dead daughter.
These studies suggest so. The use of cell phones during pregnancy may be linked to behavioral issues in the child’s adulthood.
“This is the first experimental evidence that fetal exposure to radiofrequency radiation from cellular telephones does in fact affect adult behavior,” said senior author Dr. Hugh S. Taylor, professor and chief of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences.
Taylor and co-authors exposed pregnant mice to radiation from a muted and silenced cell phone positioned above the cage and placed on an active phone call for the duration of the trial. A control group of mice was kept under the same conditions but with the phone deactivated.