Breastfeeding Mom Gets Free Pizza

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2013-07_93bf307154.jpgJackie Johnson Smith(NEW YORK) -- A mother used to getting dirty looks for breastfeeding in public instead got a free pizza from a supportive waitress. “My husband had this weird grin on his face and he showed me the receipt our waitress gave him.   It said, ‘I bought one of your pizzas…please thank your wife for breastfeeding,” Jackie Johnson Smith, 33, of Akene, Iowa, told ABC News.

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What to Do When You Meet an Unattractive Baby

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2013-07_d84c367c92.jpgiStockphoto(NEW YORK) -- What do you do when you meet a baby you regard as funny-looking, or even “ugly”? You might lie and say the child is adorable, or you might simply smile and say nothing at all. But what if you’re expected to give a glowing assessment? Or worse, what if your expression has already betrayed your true feelings?

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Surgeon Accused of Fake Surgeries

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2013-07_47f6674cea.jpgDebra Nenni McNamee(POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y.) -- Constance Nenni died after having a "phantom" knee surgery, according to a legal complaint filed against her orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Spyros Panos. In March 2010, Nenni underwent surgery to repair a left knee that had grown arthritic from 76 years of wear and tear, her daughter Debra Nenni McNamee said. She died less than 24 hours after having surgery.

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Georgia Woman Dies from Fire Ant Sting

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2013-07_6252e07c1d.jpgFlickr/Getty Images(ATLANTA) -- The unexpected death of a Georgia woman is being blamed on a tiny ant. Jenny Pomeroy, 65, died Monday after having a severe allergic reaction to the fire ant's painful sting, ABC affiliate WSBTV reported. She was CEO of Prevent Blindness Georgia, an Atlanta-based non-profit that provides vision screening and funds blindness research.

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Urine-Powered Cellphone Is No Pee-Pee Joke

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2013-07_3faff9e8f2.jpgBristol Robotics Laboratory(BRISTOL, England) -- When you think of natural sources of energy, you might think of solar or wind power. Scientists at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory in England thought of a more personal source - urine. The scientists at the robotics lab, a joint venture between the University of West England and the University of Bristol, have made phone calls, sent text messages and surfed the web on a Samsung cellphone that was powered for a 24-hour period by 500 milliliters of urine.

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