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10-Month-Old Baby Weighs As Much As A 9-Year-Old Because Of Mysterious Condition

World’s heaviest man is having bypass surgery to save life A 10-month-old Mexican baby weighs the same as an average 9-year-old child. Doctors say the baby may be suffering from a genetic condition called Prader-Willi syndrome.  ( Tero Vesalainen | Pixabay ) Luis Manuel Gonzales, a 10-month-old baby from Mexico, …

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Acushnet Holdings Corp. Announces Pricing of Offering of Common Stock by Selling Shareholder

FAIRHAVEN, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Acushnet Holdings Corp. (NYSE:GOLF) (“Acushnet”) today announced the pricing of an offering of 8,332,311 shares of its common stock by investment funds affiliated with Mirae Asset Global Investments Co. Ltd. (the “Selling Shareholder”) at a public offering price of $17.00 per share. The Selling Shareholder granted the underwriters …

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Matthew McConaughey Surprises Strangers Handing Out 4,500 Thanksgiving Turkeys on His 48th Birthday

Some people want to celebrate their birthdays with a big party that’s all about them. But for Matthew McConaughey, that was the last thing on his mind. The Oscar-winning actor turned 48 years old on November 4, 2017 and he spent the day giving back to the people of Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. …

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Supergirl and Arrow showrunner Andrew Kreisberg suspended by Warner Bros. following sexual harassment allegations

1/40 Harvey Weinstein Harry Weinstein’s reputation as one of Hollywood’s leading executives was long cemented in stone. The acclaimed movie mogul, who produced Oscar-winning films Shakespeare in Love, The English Patient, and The Artist, clocked up box office successes and accolades aplenty. But this has quickly changed since a chorus …

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Air Pollution Linked To Increased Risk For Osteoporosis And Bone Fractures: Study

Bomb-detecting dog given final salute before being laid to rest In older adults, researchers found an association between increased risk for osteoporosis and bone fractures and exposure to air pollution particulate matter. Here are other ways polluted air impacts older members of the population.   ( Christopher Furlong | Getty …

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