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Meteorologist who fought pregnancy body-shamers gives birth to twins

The Philadelphia meteorologist whose Facebook post about body-shaming pregnant women went viral earlier this summer has given birth.

Marissa Mayer and Maternity Leave: How We Parent in America

Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo, recently announced that after giving birthto twins!—she will only take two weeks off for maternity leave. Two. Weeks. That’s barely enough time for any woman who recently gave birth to go to the bathroom...Show More Summary

Mother Who Gives Birth to Conjoined Twins Gives Glory to God Even After One Baby Dies

In Colorado, Amber McCullough gave birth to conjoined twin girls two weeks ago, but tragically one died in surgery last week. As LifeNews previously reported, the twins shared an abdomen, liver and intestinal tract but had separate hearts and kidneys. The girls, Hannah and Olivia, were born at 32-weeks at Children’s Hospital Colorado. However, prior […]

'How nice for you': Mixed reaction to Marissa Mayer's pregnancy plan

Reaction to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's plan to take very little maternity leave after giving birth to twins has been mixed.

CEOs big news can cause ripple effects for company

NEW YORK (AP) — Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is promising to be away from the job for just a "limited time" when she gives birth to twins later this year, but the development only adds to the uncertainty some investors have long had about...Show More Summary

Mother Who Gives Birth to Conjoined Twins Gives Glory to God Even After One Baby Dies in Surgery

A Hastings, Minnesota, woman who gave birth to conjoined twin girls last week but is now grieving the loss of one which died during an operation to separate the sisters, is also giving thanks to God through her heartbreak. Amber McCullough, a 31-year-old U.S. Show More Summary

Marissa Mayer Pregnant With Twins

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer announced on Tuesday that she is expecting twin girls at the end of the year. Mayer received intense scrutiny during her first pregnancy in 2012 for returning to work just two weeks after giving birth. Her maternity leave likely won't last much longer this time around. Show More Summary

Exclusive First Look: See Sarah Shahi in Ray Donovan's L Word Reunion

Sarah Shahi is going back to work with an old friend. The Person of Interest star will make her first on-screen appearance since giving birth to twins in March on the Sept. 13 episode of Ray Donovan. Shahi will play Hasmig, an Armenian...Show More Summary

Conjoined Twins Separated Knowing Only One Would Survive

A new mother from Minnesota is experiencing both joy and loss after giving birth to conjoined twins in Colorado.

Mother Gives Birth to Conjoined Twins, Refused Pressure From Father to Have Abortion

A Colorado woman has given birth to conjoined twins, but only one of the babies is expected to survive and is asking for prayer. Amber McCullough delivered the twin girls by cesarean section on Wednesday and indicated that one of the babies, named Hannah, is alive but currently in critical condition. The other baby, named […]

Beating Extinction Will Take More Than Freezing Animal Sperm

Zoo animals are giving humans a run for their money in the assisted reproduction department. Mei Xiang, a giant panda at the National Zoo, gave birth to twin babies this past Saturday, thanks to artificial insemination. And earlier this...Show More Summary

Giant Panda Mei Xiang Gives Birth to a Pair of Twins at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C.

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A giant panda named Mei Xiang gave birth to a pair of twins at the Smithsonian National Zoo on August 22, 2015. According to the Zoo, mother and babies are doing well, though feeding the cubs has presented a few challenges. Our panda cubs are doing well, but the panda team had a challenging night. […]

Mei Xiang: Giant Panda At Washington Zoo Gives Birth To Adorable Twins

Mei Xiang, the Washington National Zoo’s Giant panda gave birth to twins on Sunday. The panda gave birth to the adorable twins four-and-a- half hours apart. Zoo staff are working 24 hours a day to help the Giant panda adjust to being the mom of newborn twins. Show More Summary

Panda-monium! Mei Xiang gives birth to twins at the National Zoo

The popular panda cleared up any confusion about a possible pregnancy over the weekend, when she gave birth to tiny twins.

Giant panda Mei Xiang gives birth to twins at National Zoo

Officials at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington were ecstatic after a rare giant panda gave birth to twin cubs on Sunday.

Giant panda Mei Xiang gives birth to twins at National Zoo

The National Zoo's giant panda Mei Xiang gave birth to twin cubs on Saturday in Washington D.C., the zoo confirmed. Continue reading ? The post Giant panda Mei Xiang gives birth to twins at National Zoo appeared first on PBS NewsHou...

Mei Xiang: National Zoo’s Giant Panda Gives Birth, Will The Baby Panda Twins Die? [Video]

Mei Xiang, the Smithsonian National Zoo’s giant panda, has given birth to two baby panda cubs. Unfortunately, in the past some of Mei Xiang’s babies have not survived, but the zookeepers feel confident that this time they will live to full maturity. Show More Summary

Double the Joy at National Zoo as Panda Gives Birth to Twins

The giant panda at the National Zoo gave birth to two cubs five hours apart Saturday and, so far, all seems to be going well. Assuming they both survive, they would be 17-year-old Mei Xiang’s third and fourth living offspring. “All of us are thrilled that Mei Xiang has given birth,” the zoo’s director, Dennis Kelly, said. Show More Summary

Giant Panda Gives Birth To Twins at National Zoo

The National Zoo in Washington, DC announced that its giant panda, Mei Xiang, gave birth to twins. “All of us are thrilled that Mei Xiang has given birth,” Dennis Kelly, the zoo’s director said in a statement. “We know Mei is an excellent mother.” The zoo doesn’t know the cubs’ sex yet, but plans to perform an exam soon. Show More Summary

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