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Vauxhall Baby – Vegetarians Less Healthy

Vauxhall Baby – Vegetarians Less Healthy

A baby born in the back of a car on the way to hospital has been named after the vehicle, to mark the circumstances of her birth.
Corin Stokes has named her new baby daughter Lyla May Zafira Stokes, after the Vauxhall Zafira she gave birth in on the way to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, according to the Royston Crow.
She told the paper: “My husband just kept going because he thought we had a bit of time left.
“It was a bit of a shock for him when I leaned forward holding a baby. “I wasn’t really scared, it just happened and the adrenaline took over.”
She told the BBC: “We’d already decided on May, and my husband wanted to add Zafira after what happened. It’ll certainly be a good story to tell her when she’s older


Vegetarians are usually confident about the health benefits of their meat-free diets.
But new research suggests vegetarian diets are associated with poorer health and quality of life.
The study also showed that vegetarians visit their doctors more than meat eaters and that they are more prone to allergies, cancer and mental health problems.
It showed that non-meat eaters have double the risk of allergies and a 50 per cent increased risk of heart attacks and cancer, CBS Atlanta reports.
They are also significantly more likely to experience depression and anxiety.
However, the research from the Medical University of Graz, Austria, did reveal that vegetarians tend to be healthier in some ways.

Baptism Gone Bad

Benito Flores, 43, was among several people helping his cousin, Pastor Maurigro Cervantes, baptise a man near the Guadalupe Dunes Preserve north of Santa Barbara.
Two others were swept out by a huge wave but were able to swim to shore.
The US Coast Guard says the search for Mr Flores was called off at midnight on Sunday.
The baptism was just finishing up at 10:00 local time (17:00 GMT) on Sunday when the church members were hit by the wave.
“A big wave came and took Benito,” Mr Cervantes told local broadcaster KEYT. “I tried to take him out, he was heavy and then another big wave came.”
The US Coast Guard as well as local rescue officials were involved in the search but there are no plans to resume it.
Santa Barbara Fire Captain David Sadecki said it would be difficult for anyone to survive more than 30 minutes in the cold water.
Mr Cervantes, who leads the Jesus Christ Light of the Sky church in Santa Maria, said his church performed such ceremonies two or three times a year, according to the Santa Maria Times.

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