Viral video of baby eating poop while dad is distracted enrages and amuses millions in China
A video on Weibo of a 9-month-old baby playing with and eating his own feces as his father is distracted on his phone has gone viral. The father and his son, who reside in Changchun, Jilin province of northeast China, are shown in the video next to each other as the 9-month-old plays with his feces while the father is laying on the floor, distracted by his phone. Later, when the baby’s mother, surnamed Huo, returned home from work, she discovered that their mat covers had been replaced.news.yahoo.com
Franklin County 911 operator helps deliver baby over the phone
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Va. In Jennifer Creightons 11 years as a 911 dispatcher, the call she received on June 20 was a first for her. She was in labor, that her water had already broken and that she had the urge to push, said Creighton. We have a baby! So it was a good feeling, said Creighton. If he had waited just 36 more minutes, the baby and Creighton would have shared a birthday. So it was a really good feeling to know I was there for someone during a good day.
Girl, 11, gave birth to baby allegedly fathered by brother; he and parents are charged
NBC – An 11-year-old girl who was allegedly raped by her brother gave birth at home, and now he and their parents are facing criminal charges. The girl gave birth to a boy in a bathtub in St. Charles, Missouri, according to a probable cause statement. Police say the girl's parents did not provide medical care to their daughter after she gave birth. NBC News is not naming the girl's parents or brother because it would identify the victim. Police started investigating on Feb. 11 after the girl's parents brought a baby boy to a hospital.
WATCH: Officer saves baby who stopped breathing
Body camera footage shows the moment a Georgia police officer saved a baby who stopped breathing. Waynesboro Police Sergeant Harold Drummond arrived at a store parking lot and found 6-month-old baby AJ not breathing. Video shows Drummond using his fingers to perform CPR on the baby. After a few moments, AJ begins breathing and crying. Doctors say a respiratory virus that the baby had is likely what led to the scary moment.
New baby monitor could use AI to alert parents before infant awakes
The internet search giant has worked on a product that promises to warn parents before their little one has even woken up. Using video streaming, audio recordings and AI, the device would monitor the baby's behavior against a database of normal patterns. Based on the infant's movements and any noise it makes, it would detect anything out of character and subsequently issue an alert if the baby appears uncomfortable. An alert could be issued before the baby cries or even wakes up, according to the patent, which was first reported by CNBC. The patent filing states: "While a baby's cry may alert his parents to the baby being in distress, sometimes a baby will not audibly indicate his distress.
Baby born after first-of-its-kind ovarian procedure
A woman in Belgium made medical history by giving birth to a healthy baby boy -- despite having her ovary removed and frozen when she was undergoing medical treatment at the age of 13. Doctors say the fertility-restoring technique could offer hope to thousands of young cancer patients in the future.cbsnews.com
New video shows baby's rescue from car in river
New video shows baby's rescue from car in river 14 hours after a crash that killed her mother, 19-month-old Baby Lily was found upside down in her carseat with her head just above the water. As Vinita Nair reports, a Utah police officer's body camera captured the miraculous rescue.cbsnews.com
Baby can't stop laughing at his eyebrows
Baby can't stop laughing at his eyebrows Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including silently picking up girls in a Lamborghini, removing an owl with a Swiffer and some slap-happy friends. Plus, a baby discovers his eyebrows and can't stop laughing.cbsnews.com
Sick baby rescued at sea recovering
Sick baby rescued at sea recovering A sick one-year-old child named Lyra Kaufman is recovering after being rescued aboard her family's sailboat when she got a fever and became unresponsive to medication. The California Air National Guard dispatched four medics who parachuted into the water and reached the boat. Don Dahler reports.cbsnews.com