A California woman who underwent fertility treatments has given birth to octuplets, but a new test may make the implantation of multiple embryos unnecessary, as doctors can now check the viability of eggs before fertilization.
Yes, it's been a year since "The Octomom" came into our lives, and People has the scoop on how she's Grown and Changed:
This morning, GMA previewed Nadya Suleman's upcoming documentary, in which one of her older kids throws a screwdriver at her face. In an interview, Nadya defends having octuplets saying, "Which one should I have murdered? Noah? Isaiah?" Clip at left.
New details about Nadya Suleman and her mother emerge every day, but now Suleman's father is speaking. The WSJ asks: what does the absence of men in this story say about how we view fatherhood?
Welcome to Midweek Madness, in which we "read" celebrity tabloids so you don't "have" to. This week, in addition to Rihanna news, the mags report Jessica Simpson's every meal while calling Mischa and Lindsay scary-skinny.
Kate Moss is three months pregnant, says a paper with a questionable reputation. But!
Nadya Suleman is already profiting from the birth of her octuplets. In addition to a new website that requests donations and increased public assistance, there are rumors that she was paid for her NBC interview.
Every Wednesday, we play Midweek Madness, in which we dare to try and "read" the celebrity tabloids. This week, Us was the only mag that used Rhianna as the main cover image.
Some people think that Nadya Suleman, the mother of octoplets and six other kids, is not being celebrated because she is not white. Writes blogger Kenny Darter:
In the first interview with Nadya Suleman, the mother of the Bellflower octuplets explains why she thinks having 14 children was a responsible choice and why she's being unfairly attacked because she's a single mom.