Read more about the article Girl Who Swallowed 61 Magnetic Beads Has Intestines Perforated In 14 Places
Picture shows the magnetic beads removed from girl's stomach in Hangzhou, Zhejiang in China, undated. She swallowed 61 magnetic beads. (Zhejiang Children's Hospital/AsiaWire)

Girl Who Swallowed 61 Magnetic Beads Has Intestines Perforated In 14 Places

Surgeons in China removed shocking 61 magnetic balls from a four-year-old girl's stomach who ended up with 14 holes in her intestine after accidentally swallowing the beads. The little girl,…

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Read more about the article Man Divorced Because He Was A Fishing Addict Misses Court Date – To Go Fishing
Illustrative image of Heze City in Shandong Province in China, undated. It borders Jining to the east and the provinces of Henan and Anhui to the west and south respectively. (AsiaWire)

Man Divorced Because He Was A Fishing Addict Misses Court Date – To Go Fishing

A woman in eastern China divorced her husband of ten years because of his fishing obsession, and he was even late to court because of his passion for the sport.…

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Read more about the article Scientists Reveal First-Ever Mass Produced Children’s Toy Is 5,000-Year Slate Bird
Picture shows Placa de Valencina, undated. Researcher Juan Jose Negro suggests that the owl-shaped slate plates from 5,000 years ago could have been created by children to be used as toys, in a study conducted at the Donana Biological Station, in Sevilla, Spain. (Museo Arqueologico de Sevilla, Ministerio de Cultura/CEN)

Scientists Reveal First-Ever Mass Produced Children’s Toy Is 5,000-Year Slate Bird

Forget Lego, Barbie or even teddy bears, the world's first-ever kids toy craze was actually carved slate owls covered with real feathers according to latest research. Scientists believe the owls…

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Read more about the article Children With Literacy Problems Read To Abandoned Dogs
Image shows a child reading to a dog in an animal shelter, undated photo. The so-called 'Shelter Buddy Reading Program' was initiated in the town of Voesendorf, in Lower Austria, Austria. (Tierschutz Austria/Newsflash)

Children With Literacy Problems Read To Abandoned Dogs

Animal experts have revealed how they have helped children struggling with reading problems by getting them to tell stories to abandoned dogs. The Shelter Buddy Reading programme was initiated by…

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Read more about the article Conjoined Twins Separated After Miracle Op
Picture shows the two sisters before surgery at Zhejiang University Children's Hospital in China, undated. The two were born with part of their abdomen connected. (Zhejiang University Children's Hospital/AsiaWire)

Conjoined Twins Separated After Miracle Op

Two conjoined twins were successfully separated after undergoing surgery in a hospital in eastern China. Picture shows the conjoined twins after birth, Friday, Sept. 16, 2022. They were delivered by…

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Read more about the article Mums’ Moods Influence Their Babies Ability To Talk
Image shows the city of Leipzig, Germany where the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences is headquartered, undated photo. Scientists from the institute claimed that the mother's mood influences her baby's ability to speak in a study published on Sept. 21, 2022. (Stadt Leipzig/Newsflash)

Mums’ Moods Influence Their Babies Ability To Talk

Mothers who develop postnatal baby blues can influence their children's ability to talk, a new study has revealed. Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences…

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Read more about the article Corpses Get Fuel Cost Pay Out In Bizarre Government Bonus
Image shows Austrian Minister of Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology Leonore Gewessler, 44, undated footage. (Newsflash)

Corpses Get Fuel Cost Pay Out In Bizarre Government Bonus

Red-faced government officials have become a laughing stock after admitting they are paying a EUR 500 climate bonus to 18,000 dead people. The payments - made in Austria this month…

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Read more about the article Hundreds Of Rare Knuckle Bones Engraved With Names Of Gods And Used In Divination Discovered In Ancient City
Dr. Lee Perry-Gal poses holding the gaming dice in an undated photo. A rare assemblage of knuckle bones for gaming and divination was discovered in the ancient city of Maresha. (Yoli Schwartz, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Hundreds Of Rare Knuckle Bones Engraved With Names Of Gods And Used In Divination Discovered In Ancient City

Five hundred and thirty rare knuckle bones that were engraved with the names of gods and used for divination have been discovered in the ancient city of Maresha. Known as…

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