Baby Born on Airplane Named After the Flight Attendant Who Delivered Her

According to ABC News, the Armavia Airlines flight was en route from Siberia to Armenia's capital of Yerevan on Saturday when 31-year-old Armina Babayan went into labor. You're probably thinking, "Wait, hella pregnant ladies aren't supposed to fly!" Well, during check-in, Babayan claimed she was just 6.5 months… » 1/15/13 10:25am 1/15/13 10:25am

Chicago’s ‘Milk Ladies’ Are Still Delivering Formula After 30 Years

The so-called "milk ladies," the founders of a nonprofit group based in Winnekta, Illinois, have made it their mission for the past 30 years to deliver cases of brand-name formula to Chicago mothers who cannot afford to feed their children. Infant Inc., the official name of the milk ladies' nonprofit, also delivers… » 9/09/12 1:30pm 9/09/12 1:30pm

Screw the Drive-Thru, Burger King Is Now Offering Home Delivery


It used to be that you had to drive to a fast food restaurant, park your car, and walk all the way inside to order. Then came the advent of the drive-thru, and it became all the more easy to say, yes, in fact, I would like fries with that. And now, finally, the last barrier between you and a giant, gooey manufactured… » 1/17/12 11:55pm 1/17/12 11:55pm

Woman Gives Birth In Moving Minivan

Last week when Marriah Love went into labor, she and Kaleb Benge rushed down Interstate 80 in Iowa to get to the hospital. However, their daughter decided to made her debut in the front seat of their Chrysler minivan. Love says that as Benge was driving, "She started coming out. I didn't even have to push, she just… » 9/05/11 10:00pm 9/05/11 10:00pm

Even Full-Term Babies Benefit From More Time In Womb

Though a baby delivered at 37 weeks is still considered full-term, a new study finds that infants born in weeks 37 or 38 still have a higher death risk in the first year than those who stay in the womb until week 39. Says lead study author Dr. Uma M. Reddy, "Women need to know that all ‘term' pregnancies are not… » 5/30/11 5:45pm 5/30/11 5:45pm