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Britain's biggest family is getting bigger, says mom-of-22
The biggest family in Britain is expecting another member to join the ranks.
Mum gives birth in back of car, after getting stuck in school run traffic in England
A woman pregnant with her first child gave birth to her baby girl in the back seat of her car after getting stuck in school run traffic on the way to hospital.
Getting your protein from plants a recipe for longevity
Swapping out tofu for your morning eggs or using beans instead of ground beef in your chili could help you live longer, a new study reports.
Getting the recommended amount of physical activity is tied to lower risk of cancer, study says
A new study sheds light on one potential health benefit of exercise: A lower risk of certain cancers.
Washington state waterfront landowners are getting an unusual request: Take in dead whales
Are you a waterfront owner who does not mind dead whales on your property? There's a special offer for you in Washington state.
Japan getting more Muslim prayer rooms, but some seeing only limited use
With an increase in Muslim visitors to Japan, more prayer rooms are being installed in commercial facilities across the country, but the number of users remains limited due to reasons such as lack of awareness and difficulty of access.
Yellow-orange pee could be a sign you're getting too much B2 vitamin
Pee color can indicate a number of different health conditions, with the most common being dehydration. But one sign many people may not be aware of is that yellow-orange pee could be a sign you’re getting too much of a certain vitamin.
Getting 'hangry' part of natural response to low blood sugar
When you're hungry, everything's annoying and tempers can get short. Now, animal research might help explain why.
Getting high in Laos' opium-riddled mountains
In a hut on the top of a fog-licked mountain in northern Laos, Vo Pali was getting high.
NASA, Uber getting serious about flying cars
Flying cars may not be unique to science fiction for much longer.
Forgetting people’s names and  feeling stiff are the top signs of getting old
Forgetting people’s names, groaning when you bend down and falling asleep in front of the TV are among the signs you’re getting old, according to research.
Marine heatwaves getting hotter, longer and more frequent
Heatwaves are most frequently thought of as affecting land, but the prolonged periods of extremely high temperatures are impacting the ocean, too.
Study: Americans getting more sleep than they did in 2003
New research suggested that people are sleeping a few more minutes each night than they used to.
Aussie flu:  Five ways to prevent getting deadly viral infection
Aussie flu has swept across the UK, leaving almost 500 people hospitalized since the beginning of the flu season.
Getting annual flu shot won't weaken immune system
There's no evidence to support the notion that people who get the flu vaccine every year somehow ‘weaken’ their immune system over time, researchers said.

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