SURPRISE BIRTH (09/07/1995)
A WOMAN WENT INTO LABOR UNEXPECTEDLY AND GAVE BIRTH SO FAST THAT SHE DELIVERED AT HOME.
MISC. SPORTS
COMMERCIAL - MENNEN SKIN BRACER - NURSE AND DOCTOR WITH FACE MASKS DELIVERING BABY AS SEEN BY BABY AS THEY LIFT HIM OUT OF WOMB, THEN DOCTOR SLAPS HIM TWICE ON REAR END UNTIL HE CRIES (VOICE OVER, "I'LL NEVER FORGET MY FIRST COLD SLAP" IT WAS THE DAY I WAS BORN, I WAS SCARED, WHERE WAS I?, "IT WAS THE DOCTOR THAT BROUGHT ME TO MY SENSES". CU BABY AS ADULT SLAPS HIS FACE VERY HARD ON BOTH CHEEKS WITH SKIN BRACER, OPENS HIS MOUTH WIDE AND CRIES LIKE BABY.
Laboratory: intoxicated at work?
FR3 / France 3
Health Secretary Victoria Atkins is interviewed on the state of dentistry in the UK.
Victoria Atkins interview; Part 1 of 2 ENGLAND: London: Westminster: INT Victoria Atkins MP (Health Secretary) interview SOT Q: A STICKING PLASTER, REARRANGING DECK CHAIRS, THAT'S HOW THE BRITISH DENTAL ASSOCIATION DESCRIBE THIS / WILL THIS REALLY RESTORE DENTISTRY - This plan will provide an additional two and a half million appointment across the country / it will also help underserved areas / through a combination of ideas, from looking after pregnant mums oral health, to helping babies and toddlers start for life with teeth brushing, we have plans in place to help with these issues Q: ONE IN SIX CHILDREN HAVE ROTTEN TEETH / TOOTH DECAY IS STILL THE NUMBER ONE REASON WHY A CHILD ENDS UP IN HOSPITAL / THIS IS SHAMEFUL IN MODERN BRITAIN ISN'T IT - Well that's why we're putting such a focus on prevention / it starts from birth, through to nursery settings and family hubs; in those environments helping people understand and getting children ready for tooth brushing / getting people into the habit of doing that twice a day / for those children who need that extra help, we'll be sending in specialist dental teams into schools to put a coat of flouride on their teeth, because we know that can protect teeth for up to twelve months; we can work with them to help in the meantime Q: TODAY WE'RE SPEAKING TO CAROLINE FROM SCUNTHORPE / SHE'S PULLED OUT TWELVE OF HER OWN TEETH WITH PLIERS BECAUSE SHE CAN'T GET AN NHS DENTIST / IT'S JUST DISGRACEFUL THAT'S HAPPENING IN 21ST CENTURY BRITAIN - Somebody in that amount of pain must always remember if they need to they can go to their local A&E ward to get help because that should not be happening- Q: BUT IT IS HAPPENING UNDER THE WATCH OF THE CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT - This is why with the dental recovery plan we're focusing on getting dental vans out to those areas that don't have practices at the moment / we want to stimulate the market but get the vans to people in the meantime to ensure they get this help / ...
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EGYPT: BABY BOY BORN WEIGHING 15.2 POUNDS
TAPE_NUMBER: EF00/0225 IN_TIME: 19:16:32 - 19:38:25 // 20:03:28 LENGTH: 02:38 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: Arabic/Eng An Egyptian woman gave birth on Thursday to a baby boy weighing seven kilogrammes (15.2 pounds), twice the average weight of a newborn baby. Doctors at Cairo's Railway Hospital decided on a caesarian section in the 38th week of pregnancy after they became alarmed at its abnormal size. Mrs Abeer Abdel-Razeq and her newborn are doing well. She says her son's name will be Karim, an Arabic word which translates as generous. Karim seemed to be in good health on Friday, despite his rude introduction to the outside world. Nurses at Cairo's Railway Hospital are keeping him snug and warm in an incubator, but he's almost too big for that. The child was delivered by Dr. Mohammed Saeed, who describes the case as very unusual. SOUNDBITE: (English) "At thirty eight weeks I found that the baby weighed six kilogrammes so I decided to terminate the pregnancy, but I was surprised to see it actually weighed over seven kilogrammes. It is very rare." SUPER CAPTION: Dr. Mohammed Saeed, who delivered Karim Mrs Abeer Abdel-Razeq, a housewife, denies taking hormones during her pregnancy. She says she can only explain the size as being God's will to compensate her for the loss of her first son, who died the day after his birth. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) "I'm not sure what's the reason for this but it was very obvious from the size, my abdomen was really huge" SUPER CAPTION: Mrs. Abeer Adbel-Razeq, Karim's mother Dr. Mohammed Saeed is also at a loss to explain the case but points out that Abeer's first son weighed in at five kilogrammes (11 pounds), well over the average birth weight. Saeed says there is a history of diabetes in the Abdel-Razeq family which can sometimes lead to large babies. SHOTLIST: Cairo, Egypt - 25 February 2000 1. External shot Railway Hospital 2. People entering 3. Nurse standing near baby in incubator 4. Various of nurse and baby 5. Various of doctor, who enters and looks at baby 6. Doctor feels pulse of mother's baby, in hospital ward 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dr. Mohammed Saeed, who delivered Karim 8. Nurse with baby's mother 9. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Mrs. Abeer Adbel-Razeq, Karim's mother 10. Nurse making up milk powder for baby 11. Various of nurse feeding baby 12. Nurse closes incubator Keyword-unusual XFA?
5 children in 1 year
Radio France: filmed programmes
Baby goat Simbi candidate to break his brother's unfinished record with long ears
KARACHI, PAKISTAN - JUNE 7: The sister of goat Simba, who was famous with his longest ears, is a candidate to break his brother's unfinished world record with longest ears. Baby goat Simbi Pakistani’s current ear length is 55 cm according to breeder Mohammad Hasan Narejo. She was born on April 4, a week before her brother’s death and length of her ears was 45 cm, three cm shorter than Simba’s 48 cm ears, at birth. Simba passed away in last April after a brief illness while attempting to break the world record for the longest ears. “Now, she currently is the longest ear female goat ever born. Currently, she holds the record for the longest ear goat and we have applied for the Guinness Book of World Records to kindly register the Simbi Pakistani as the female goat with the longest ears,” said Narejo. Narejo feeds Simbi with a milk twice a day and he follows special diet which includes dry and green fodder. He stressed that as Simbi grows, the ears’ length will increase noting he is hopeful for her to reach Simba’s ear length. “At the death of Simba, his ear length was 85 cm,” said Narejo adding “She also will come close to 85 cm to 80 cm when she will reach to Simba’s age.”(Footage by Sabir Mazhar /Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
Japan Pandas
AP-APTN-1830: Japan Pandas Friday, 3 September 2010 STORY:Japan Pandas- REPLAY New-born twin giant pandas make media debut LENGTH: 01:02 FIRST RUN: 1030 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: TV OSAKA/TV TOKYO STORY NUMBER: 656518 DATELINE: Shirahama - 3 Sep 2010 LENGTH: 01:02 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE AMENDED SOURCING/RESTRICTIONS TV OSAKA/TV TOKYO - NO ACCESS JAPAN - CLEARED FOR INTERNET USE, EXCEPT BY JAPANESE WEBSITES - BBC WORLD, CNNI, NBC, CNBC MUST ON-SCREEN COURTESY 'TV OSAKA/TV TOKYO' IF PICTURES TO BE SHOWN ON CABLE, COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE IN JAPAN STORYLINE 1. Various of twin baby pandas STORYLINE New-born twin giant pandas made their media debut at a zoo in Japan on Friday in Shirahama. The cuddly brother and sister were born on 11 August to proud mother Rauhin and father Eimei. Adventure World zoo in the Wakayama prefecture said it would allow visitors to catch a glimpse of the twins twice every day from Saturday. The zoo said the cubs were doing well - quadrupling their birth weight to a healthy 700 grammes (24.6 ounces). Japan had only nine pandas in captivity until the twins were born. The double delivery came as no complete surprise. Japanese media said Rauhin, who was born at the park in 2000, gave birth to twins Eihin and Meihin in September 2008. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 09-03-10 1433EDT
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A2 / France 2
Golden Retriever Infatuated With Her Friend's Newborn Puppies
A golden retriever whose friend gave birth to a litter of puppies a few weeks ago could not resist the urge to climb into the teeming pile of adorable babies when they were finally old enough to meet her on February 1. Lindsay Baker captured this precious moment when her dog Stella interacted with her partner's dog's three-week-old puppies for the first time at their home in Waukegan, Illinois. In the video, Stella is seen gingerly stepping into the puppies' playpen and nuzzling them as they crowd around her. Later, the puppies' mom, Lulu, is seen nursing the brood while Stella hangs out with the family. Speaking to Storyful, Baker said that Stella "fell in love with the puppies at first sight." "She helps Lulu clean them and comes running when they cry as if she is their mom as well, these puppies are getting twice the love!" she added. (Footage by Lindsay Baker/Storyful via Getty Images UGC)
INTERSTATE HIGHWAY BIRTHS (01/10/1996)
A GASTON COUNTY MOTHER IS COUNTING HER BLESSINGS.... TWO OF THEM. HER TWINS WERE BORN IN THE MIDDLE OF A SNOWSTORM... AND THE BABIES WOULDN'T WAIT FOR THE HOSPITAL. THE AMBULANCE COULDN'T MAKE IT TO THE HOSPITAL ON TIME SO THE TWIN BOYS WERE EACH BORN AT A DIFFERENT EXIT ON INTERSTATE 85
UK Baby Boom - UK population passes 61 million after biggest increase in 50 years
NAME: UK BABYBOOM 20090827I TAPE: EF09/0815 IN_TIME: 10:40:49:11 DURATION: 00:02:01:17 SOURCES: SKY DATELINE: Edinburgh, Scotland - 27 August, 2009/FILE RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST Edinburgh - 27 August, 2009 1. Mothers lifting their babies during a music class 2. Various close ups, toddlers' faces 3. Mothers sitting with babies 4. Sleeping infant 5. Baby crawling towards camera London - 27 August, 2009 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Roma Chappell, Office for National Statistics: "The women who are experiencing rising fertility rates are UK-born women. The other driver of the increased number of births is the number of women of child-bearing age and that has increased since 2001 by about two percent, nearly two percent and that's been driven by immigration." Edinburgh - 27 August, 2009 7. Babies with their mothers 8. Baby crying 9. Various, mothers and babies 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Rachel Harper, mother (Vox Pop): "I wonder whether it is something to do with returning back to family values, that people have spent a lot of the eighties and nineties pursuing careers and monetary gain and maybe things are changing." FILE Recent, unknown location 11. Various, immigrant or migratory farm workers planting seedlings Edinburgh - 27 August, 2009 12. Woman talking to mothers' during parenting class 13. Close up, baby's face 14. Health worker 15. Hands, holding baby's feet 16. Mothers watching 17. More babies' feet 17. Close of baby STORYLINE: The number of people living in the UK (United Kingdom) has topped 61 (m) million for the first time as fertility rates hit their highest levels in more than 30 years, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed on Thursday. More than three quarters of a (m) million children were born last year, fuelling the biggest annual rise in the population since the 1960s. Figures published on Thursday showed the peak had been reached despite an apparent end to a wave of immigration from Eastern European. The ONS confirmed the recession-linked decline in immigration, as tens of thousands of Eastern Europeans returned home and the number of new arrivals plummeted, a net drop of almost half. New arrivals from the A8 Eastern European nations has fallen dramatically since the recession hit the UK hard. They were down more than a quarter from 109-thousand to 79-thousand in the year to December. More Eastern European immigrants went home in the same period - up by more than 50 per cent to 66-thousand. The increase in Eastern Europeans leaving the UK and the decline in arrivals meant they added only 13-thousand to the total population last year. For the first time in nearly a decade birth and death rates overtook immigration as the biggest factor affecting population growth. However immigrants were still contributing to the population increase - half of the rise in births last year were to women born outside the UK. The total British population is now 61.4 (m) million, up more than 400-thousand in a year and a rise of more than two (m) million since 2001. It is also growing, with some experts predicting 70 (m) million by about 2030. The population is growing by a rate of 0.7 percent a year, more than double the rate in the 1990s and three times higher than in the 1980s. Some 791-thousand babies were born in the UK last year, an increase of 33-thousand on a year earlier, and almost twice the rise seen at the start of the decade. The figures also showed an ageing population, despite the baby boom, with the number of people over the age of 85 at a record high of 1.3 (m) million, two percent of the population. The average woman born in the UK has 1.84 children, a ten percent increase on four years ago. Immigrant women have 2.5 children on average. Roma Chappell, from the Office for National Statistics said the number of women of child bearing age in the UK had increased by two per cent since 2001 and that was "driven by immigration." Opposition lawmakers accused the government of 'sleeping on the job' with policies which have failed to stabilise the population but the Home Office said the figures showed that immigration is "under control".
Airport - Baby
A WOMAN HAS AN UNEXPECTED DELIVERY AT TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. SHE GIVES BIRTH INSIDE THE TERMINAL AS SHE'S GETTING READY TO BOARD A FLIGHT.
OH vs Jessica and Daniel Groves Trial - GREG DUNHAM - SCIOTO CO. JUVENILE COURT OFFICER - DIRECT
SCIOTO COUNTY, OHIO - JANUARY 8 16:16:15 what do you do as an intake officer? in and out of schools and homes. basically dealing with truant children abuse neglect and run a program for judge's treatment tracker. talk to ppl who come in to file charges on children. treatment tracker? basically if a baby is born child is removed from home they report to me twice a month to bring in proof they are doing treatment to help them get kids back. 16:17:31 (Footage by Law&Crime via Getty Images)
Mum of 0
Radio France: filmed programmes
Sri Lanka Baby - Couple claiming baby arrested after storming hospital
NAME: SRI LANKA BABY 020205Nx TAPE: EF05/0106 IN_TIME: 10:48:37:10 DURATION: 00:02:26:08 SOURCES: APTN DATELINE: Kalmunai - Feb 2, 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Wide exterior of magistrate's court 2. Sri Lankan couple Murugupillai and Jenita Jeyarajah entering court 3. Court sign reading "district Magistrate's Court, Kalmunai" 4. Murugupillai and Jenita Jeyarajah talking to S.H.M Manurudeen, Sri Lankan lawyer for the Child protection authority 5. Police 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) S.H.M Manurudeen, Sri Lankan lawyer for the Child protection authority (representing the baby): "We explained to the judge about the manipulation of the hospital authority and some other facts regarding this child custody and we have got an order from the judge for the DNA profile to ascertain the real parents." 5. SOUNDBITE: (Tamil) Murugupillai Jeyarajah, Man who claims to be child's father (very distressed and shouting) "Let the doctor have the baby. I will commit suicide if I don't get the baby." 6. Murugupillai's mother weeping and throwing herself around as other women try to comfort her 7. Tilt up of Murugupillai crying and being supported by relatives as he walks to hospital 8. Crowd surrounding Murugupillai and Jenita Jeyarajah as they walk towards hospital 9. Wide interior of newly born ward 10. Murugupillai weeping beside baby he says is his son in a cot, baby is crying 11. Crowded corridor in the ward 12. Jenita Jeyarajah rushing to baby and picking him from the cot, UPSOUND: (Tamil): "My baby, my baby." 11. Cutaway nurses watching scene 12. Jenita Jeyarajah arguing with two nurses, nurses trying to reason with her, she eventually gives the baby to nurses 13. Nurse holding "baby 81" in a protected area of the ward watching the chaos around him 14. Tilt up of "baby 81" being held in nurse's arms 15. Wide of couple Murugupillai and Jenita Jeyarajah being arrested by police 16. Close-up of Jenita weeping 17. Outside sign of hospital reading "Base hospital -Kalmunai" STORYLINE A Sri Lankan couple claiming to be the parents of the tsunami survivor known as "Baby 81" were arrested Wednesday for storming a hospital to see the child, after a court ordered lengthy DNA tests to determine whether they are his mother and father. The judge ordered that the baby stay in the hospital until the DNA tests are completed, a process which could take more than eight weeks. The judge had also ruled that the couple could visit the baby daily, instead of twice a week. S.H.M Manurudeen, Sri Lankan lawyer for the Child protection authority (which is representing the baby) said that the judge issued an order for the DNA profile "to ascertain the real parents." The Jeyarajahs had hoped to be granted custody of the baby at Wednesday's hearing, although they had said they would submit to any tests the court ordered to prove their parentage. When told that the child would be put back into hospital care until at least April 20, when the court will reconvene to hear the test results, Jenita beat her chest and cried out that she couldn't be away from her child that long. The couple then walked about a kilometre (half mile) to the hospital with about 70 relatives and friends and forced their way into the paediatric ward where Baby 81 is being kept. "My baby, my baby," cried Jenita, 25, after she stormed into the glass cubicle where the baby is staying for security reasons. Jenita pleaded to have the baby with doctors and nurses before handing the infant to the nurses. Police, who had been called, came and told the crowd to leave the hospital, which they did peacefully without the baby. More chaos followed when the 200 hospital staff went on strike alleging that two of them had been assaulted by the crowd. They soon resumed their duties when police promised to investigate. Police then arrested the Jeyarajahs and two supporters. Doctors at the hospital had opposed the baby being handed to the Jeyarajahs without a court ruling, saying that even though the others had not followed up on their initial claims there was no other way to be sure whether the Jeyarajahs were truly his parents. The plight of Baby 81 - so named because he was the 81st admission to the hospital on Dec. 26, the day the tsunami struck - has become emblematic of the disaster's effect on families. He survived among dead bodies and rubble until he was found by rescuers nine hours after the disaster. In the days immediately after the tsunami, nine women claimed the boy as their own, though only one couple, Murugupillai and Jenita Jeyarajah, lodged a formal custody claim. They said documents proving the boy was theirs were swept away.
Indonesian Children With Hydrocephalus Struggle
MEDAN, INDONESIA - JANUARY 10: Roswita, 52 looks after her son Muhammad Chardo Aveiro Damanik, 12, during treatment at his home on January 10, 2023 in Medan, Indonesia. Chardo Damanik experienced hydrocephalus three months after he was born. Due to limited economic financing, this 12-year-old child can only lie at home with an increasingly enlarged head and is estimated to weigh 14 kilograms. Currently, the family hopes for economic assistance for further treatment for recovery to last. Hydrocephalus is a condition in which excess cerebrospinal fluid builds up in the brain. The condition, which can be fatal if left untreated, causes a dangerous swelling of the head more than twice the normal size. (Footage by Albert Damanik/Getty Images)
Reporters: [7 January 2023 broadcast]
France 24
US Attacks Babies - Research shows babies of 9-11 mothers have low birth weight
TAPE: EF03/0715 IN_TIME: 03:15:34 DURATION: 2:47 SOURCES: APTN/FEMA RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: New York - 8 August 2003/file SHOTLIST: APTN - August 8, 2003 1. Paige Fillion-Hornbacher playing with her 22 month old son Noah 2. Close-up Noah playing 3. Medium shot, Noah playing on floor 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Paige Fillion-Hornbacher, was eight months pregnant with son Noah on 9-11: "It was rough. It was like living in a war zone." FEMA File - September 16, 2001 5. Wide shot aerial, Ground Zero smoking FEMA File - September 20, 2001 6. Interior board room in building near Ground Zero 7. Interior office near Ground Zero covered in soot and ash APTN - August 8, 2003 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Paige Fillion-Hornbacher, was eight months pregnant with son Noah on 9-11: "Ground Zero unfortunately provided a ready laboratory so I thought it was important to participate so that they learned something from it especially if we were going to live there." 9. Medium shot Noah drinking chocolate milk 10. Medium shot Dr. Trudy Berkowitz, who performed the study 11. Close-up Dr. Berkowitz showing a map of lower Manhattan 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Trudy Berkowitz, Researcher: "We found that women who were inside or near the World Trade Center and were pregnant on 9-11 were twice as likely to have a small for gestational age infant - that is an infant whose birth weight is small given the length of the pregnancy." 13. Cutaway Dr. Berkowitz 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Trudy Berkowitz, Researcher: "There is some evidence that small for gestational age infants may not completely catch up in terms of height or body size in later childhood and adolesence. There are also some other potential health risks." 15. Close-up toy, tilt up to show Noah 16. Wide shot Noah and his mother playing with toys STORYLINE: Air pollution from the World Trade Center attacks may have resulted in smaller babies among pregnant mothers who were in or near the collapsing towers, preliminary research suggests. Exposed pregnant women in the study faced double the risk of delivering babies who were up to about a half-pound smaller than babies born to non-exposed women. The size differences among babies born to women exposed to dirt and soot from the attacks suggest a condition called intrauterine growth restriction, or IUGR, which has been linked with exposure to air pollution. Previous research has also found that babies affected by IUGR may be at increased risk for heart disease, hypertension and other health problems in adulthood, according to researcher Dr. Trudy Berkowitz. Paige Fillion-Hornbacher was eight months pregnant on 9-11 and lived just six blocks from Ground Zero. Her son Noah was born with a slightly low birth weight but has no medical problems. Fillion-Hornbacher said it was important for her to be a part of the study because there was a limited amount of scientific data on how much air pollution affects infants and unborn children. The study appeared in Wednesday's Journal of the American Medical Association. It is one of several ongoing efforts to track the health effects of the World Trade Center attack. Some reports have found respiratory problems and post-traumatic disorder in people who survived the attacks. The pregnancy research involved 182 women, including 12 who were in the towers on September 11, 2001, when terrorists slammed hijacked jets into the buildings. Most of the others were within a half-mile of the site. Their babies were compared with 2,400 infants born at Mount Sinai's hospital in Manhattan to women who were pregnant during the attacks but weren't near the site. Exposed women's babies were not more likely to be born prematurely or to have abnormally low birth weights. But their slightly lower weights suggest they were born relatively small for their gestational age, a definition of IUGR. An increased IUGR risk was found regardless of how many months pregnant women were on September 11; they ranged from being in the first through third pregnancy trimester. According to Berkowitz, stress, age and cigarette smoking were ruled out as other potential factors. Follow-up studies are planned to see if the children face heightened risks of health problems as they get older.
Superbowl - Babes
FOOTBALL FANATIC DAD MISSES SUPERBOWL TWICE IN LAST FIVE YEARS.
NATS - Twin - to - Twin - 1
NAT VERSION OF MD07