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Preemie born more than 3 YEARS ago has gone home from hospital

A Utah girl is finally going home after spending the first three years of her life in a hospital in Ohio.

Zariah Donovan was born prematurely at just 23 weeks, six days gestation in September 2015.

During her time in the NICU, she developed such a serious lung disease that doctors told her parents, Shawn Donovan and Vilayvone Thipsouvan, that she had a zero percent chance of survival. 

Zariah was took weak to go home and no medical center near the family could provide the care that she needed.

The family learned of a specialized program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital – 1,700 miles away – and agreed to admit her.

After years spent in physical, occupational and speech therapy, Zariah’s lungs finally grew strong enough and she was cleared to go home.   

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Sunday, Jan. 13: Relive the ’90s Tech Craze in ‘Valley of the Boom’

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Sunday, Jan. 13

Valley of the Boom
National Geographic, 9pm
New Series!

Silicon Valley spawned some of the world’s most influential people and recognizable brands during the 1990s. It’s also where the new phenomenon of the overnight tech millionaire was born, and where the dot-com bubble busted. Mixed into this six-part limited drama are actual interviews from experts from the era — Mark Cuban, Dan Goodin and Arianna Huffington — as well as prominent tech figures from the companies featured.

NFL Football: AFC and NFC Divisional Playoffs
CBS FOX, beginning at 1pm Live

Sunday’s NFL Divisional Playoff games are the L.A. Chargers at the New England Patriots (1pm

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Saturday, Jan. 12: NFL Playoffs AFC and NFC Divisional Round

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Saturday, Jan. 12

NFL Football: AFC and NFC Divisional Playoffs
NBC FOX, beginning at 4:30pm Live

The road to Super Bowl LIII narrows with this weekend’s Divisional Playoff games. The Indianapolis Colts are at the Kansas City Chiefs (NBC, 4:30pm ET) and the Dallas Cowboys are at the L.A. Rams (FOX, 8:15pm ET) on Saturday. Sunday’s games are the L.A. Chargers at the New England Patriots (1pm ET, CBS) and the Philadelphia Eagles at the New Orleans Saints (4:40pm ET, FOX).

College Basketball
CBS, ESPN ESPN2, beginning at 12pm Live

Top college basketball action today includes Ole Miss at Mississippi State (CBS), Duke at Florida State (ESPN) and Gonzaga at San Francisco (ESPN2).

Super 8
AMC, 8pm

J.J. Abrams’ 2011 supernatural thriller makes its AMC

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Doctor double act can help you live healthier for longer in their anti-ageing series for the Mail

TV doctor Chris van Tulleken is explaining how he and his other half underwent counselling last year.

‘Couples’ counselling, like marriage guidance, I guess,’ he says. ‘We just felt it would be a good thing to do.’

But it wasn’t his marriage that was in trouble (everything with journalist wife Dinah, the mother of his one-year-old daughter, is tickety-boo); it was his relationship with his genetic other half. 

 Today in the Mail's pullout, the twins focus on anti-ageing your brain, and show you simple strategies to give it a boost — from telling you why you're becoming forgetful to revealing the techniques you can use to improve brain health and function

 Today in the Mail’s pullout, the twins focus on anti-ageing your brain, and show you simple strategies to give it a boost — from telling you why

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Friday, Jan. 11: Netflix’s ‘Sex Education’ Is Comic Therapy

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Friday, Jan. 11

Sex Education
New Series!

Otis (Asa Butterfield) is an inexperienced, socially awkward high school student who lives with his mother (Gillian Anderson), a sex therapist. Surrounded by manuals, videos and tediously open conversations about sex, he is a reluctant expert on the subject. When his home life is revealed at school, Otis realizes he can use his specialist knowledge to gain status. He teams with a whip-smart girl named Maeve (Emma Mackey), and together they set up an underground sex therapy clinic to deal with their fellow students’ weird and wonderful problems. Through this, Otis realizes he may need some therapy of his own.

New Series!

This six-part Brit drama centers on Raza (Nabhaan Rizwan),

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Thursday, Jan. 10: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Season 6 Comes to NBC

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Thursday, Jan. 10

Brooklyn Nine-Nine
NBC, 9pm
Season Premiere!
The popular former FOX comedy begins its sixth season on its new network. Last year, after fan outcry following the show’s cancellation by FOX, NBC quickly swooped in to renew it. Aside from the network, nothing major has changed. The series continues to follow the exploits of Detective Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) and his colleagues as they police the NYPD’s 99th Precinct. Season 6 opens with “Honeymoon,” involving Jake and Amy (Melissa Fumero), who tied the knot in the Season 5 finale. We’ll also learn whether Captain Ray Holt (Andre Braugher) has been named the new police commissioner.

Wednesday, Jan. 9: ‘The Dictator’s Playbook’ Charts Tyrants’ Rise to Power

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Wednesday, Jan. 9

The Dictator’s Playbook
PBS, 10pm
New Series!

This six-part history series examines the rise and fall of 20th-century dictators. Each immersive hour is a detailed biography of a single dictator, chronicling his early life, rise to power, decline and fall. Rich in psychological detail, the series provides fresh insight into six brutal men who helped to shape world history: Kim Il Sung (Jan. 9), Saddam Hussein (Jan. 16), Benito Mussolini (Jan. 23), Manuel Noriega (Jan. 30), Francisco Franco (Feb. 6) and Idi Amin (Feb. 13). What drove their thirst for domination and control? How did they seize and wield power? What forces rose up against them or resisted them in secret? How did they finally come to the bitter end? Through historical context and analysis, the series explores how these dictators functioned, how they influenced each

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3 dead in apparent murder-suicide may have been in apartment for days: neighbor

MIDDLETOWN – The three people who were found dead after an apparent murder-suicide in an apartment building in Middletown may have been there for several days.

Monica Dickens, who lives in the same apartment building on the 100 block of South Union Street, said a smell began to fill the building yesterday, prompting another neighbor to call the police.

She thought it may have been an animal until the officers, who responded to the welfare-check call, knocked on her door and asked her if she heard any gunshots over the last few days.

“I didn’t hear anything,” she said, still somewhat surprised at what had happened.

Police have not yet released the names of the deceased. She said a man, woman and a child lived in the apartment.

“They were always fighting, and I would always hear yelling,” Dickens said. “But I never expected all of this to

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Grandfather of murdered baby: ‘Enough Jewish blood has been spilled’ – The Jerusalem Post

I would like to share with you my reflections on the tremendously tumultuous period that my family and I experienced this past week. It was marked by the two extremes of the death of our three-day-old grandson at the hands of murderous Arab terrorists, and the absolutely miraculous survival of our daughter, Shira, in the same attack.

Shira’s husband Amichai Ish-Ran was also wounded in the terrorist shooting onslaught – surviving three bullets to his leg. Paying no heed to his own condition, he began the process of saving Shira’s life by stopping her heavily bleeding wound with his hands. A Magen David Adom ambulance medic named Betzalel Ben-Hamu, with Shira’s cooperation even as she fought off unconsciousness, continued the miracle.

I can tell you that at this beautiful couple’s wedding just nine months ago, our

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