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Pregnancy Problems

The next time they wanted to have a baby, they decided to look into fertility treatments. They sought out the advice of a specialist, who encouraged them to use a medicine called Metrodin, which would stimulate ovulation in Bobbi and help her to become pregnant. They could then heighten the chance of having a second baby. They had no idea what was in store…

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Seven  Babies

After some time on Metrodin and trying to get pregnant, the doctor had great news for Bobbi and Kenny. They would not be having one baby, nor two babies. They would soon be the parents of an astonishing seven newborn babies. While they felt truly blessed by this, they were also very scared about the health concerns surrounding seven babies in one belly…

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The More You Know

  • Parts of the Great Wall of China were made with sticky rice.
  • In the late 1600s, London was plagued by an attacker who would spank his victims with a rod and shout "Spanko!" before running away.
  • Almost all chickens eaten today come from the winner of the 1948 'Chicken of Tomorrow' Contest whose genetics now dominate poultry farms worldwide.
  • The stars and flashes of light you see when you rub your eyes are called "phosphenes."
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