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GLITTER GUNS and LASER BEAMS

YW2_rev2Readers of Whotopiamay want to pick up a copy of the brand new Doctor Who fan anthology YOU AND WHO: CONTACT HAS BEEN MADE: Volume 1.  This new anthology features essays penned by Whotopia personnel Bob Furnell (Senior Editor/Publisher), Nick Mellish (Target Trawl), Grant Bull (Wholife), Jez Strickley (Editor), and past & present contributors Michael S. Collins, Jon Arnold, Paul Mount, Nabil Shaban, Ian Wheeler, and Greg Bakun.

From its humble beginnings being recorded in a tiny studio on 405-line black and white video cameras with a minuscule budget, to its latest incarnation on HD as one of the BBC’s flagship dramas, Doctor Who has always moved with the times, and often reflected them. For the last five decades, the series has inspired and engaged audiences in a way that no other television programme has ever managed.

For more than 26 years, the original series delighted children…

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研究:引入固体食物给宝宝4-5个月之间的理想

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DETROIT (WWJ) – New research on when’s the right time to introduce solid foods to babies. University of Colorado researchers found babies given solid foods before 4 months and after 6 months of age had a higher risk of developing type-1 diabetes.

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends starting solids between 4 and 5 months old. Cleveland Clinic Pediatrician Deb Lonzer tells WWJ’s Health Reporter Sean Lee more about the benefits.

“Solid foods are going to be lower in good nutrition but maybe higher in calories,” said Dr. Lonzer. “So there is a chance we’re causing more obesity in babies, it can cause allergies or eczema – there may be a link to diabetes.”

The study also found babies who were breastfed while being introduced to solid foods had a lower risk for diabetes.

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