In police tapes on HBO’s Mommy Dead and Dearest documentary, we hear Godejohn’s mother, Stephanie, offer her account of the couple’s brief stay. “You know, it was weird because when I picked them up from the bus station, I even asked her, ‘How’s your mom doing? … That might have been the first thing I asked her. No big deal, they acted like nothing.”
If your baby is not responding to you and you think they are unresponsive try to see if they react when you gently tap or flick the sole of their foot.
If they do not wake up or respond to you they are likely to be unresponsive.
Check to see if they are still breathing normally. If they are unresponsive and not breathing normally open their airway and check their breathing again by looking for chest movement, listening for the sounds of normal breathing and seeing if you can feel their breath on your cheek.
If they are not breathing normally, you need to start CPR straight away.
If someone is with you, get them to call 999 or 112 for emergency help.
If you’re on your own, you need to give one minute’s worth of CPR before you can call for help.
The parents of a four-year-old girl who died in a viral outbreak of adenovirus at a New Jersey pediatric care facility are calling for it to be shut down.
Dorcase Dolcin is one of 10 severely disabled children who died at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Haskell.
In total, 27 children and one staff member have contracted the illness – with 17 currently battling the infection.
The outbreak was reported days after inspectors found ‘handwashing deficiencies’ at the facility, which houses elderly people and children.
Dorcase was born developmentally disabled due to a lack of oxygen while in the womb, leaving her completely incapacitated and immunocompromised.
Her parents, Modeline Auguste and Ocrioimy Dolcin, are accusing the staff of negligence, saying they often found their daughter sitting in dirty diapers and that she wasn’t even given a flu shot prior to her death.
Sheldon and Amy’s honeymoon dominates the first two episodes of the final season of “The Big Bang Theory,” but there’s an interesting twist involving Raj (Kunal Nayyar) that may set the stage for a future spinoff. Hey, if CBS can score with “Young Sheldon” (also returning this week) then why not “Old Raj”?
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It takes a village
“Single Parents” could be a pretty standard sitcom, but the top-notch cast, which includes “SNL’s” Taran Killam and Brad Garrett of “Everybody Loves Raymond,” helps elevate the antics that involve moms and dads who take a group approach to raising their kids.
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Heaven can wait
You would think “The Good Place” would have run out of twists by now, but early episodes of the third season show this inventive meta-sitcom is
A 30-year-old New York man is packing his bags and leaving his parent’s home — because a judge said so.
Judge Donald Greenwood on Tuesday ordered Michael Rotondo to vacate his childhood bedroom in his parent’s Camillus home.
Rotondo’s parents, Christina and Mark Rotonda, took the unusual step of turning to the court after their son ignored repeated requests to move out. In court, Michael Rotondo argued that he was entitled to six months notice, a point Greenwood explained only applied to landlord-tenant contracts.
Rotondo has been living at his parent’s home for the past eight years and does not pay rent. In his early twenties, he lived in his own apartment for a period of a year before moving back in with his parents.
Rotondo’s parents first asked him to leave in February in a note. It read:
“Michael, After a discussion with your Mother, we have decided you must leave this house immediately. You
Maarib Al Hishmawi was 15 years old when her parents told her they’d found someone for her to marry. The man would pay the family $20,000 for the arrangement. Maarib balked at the prospect, and according to the San Antonio Express News, that’s when the beating started.
“This young lady, at various times over that time period was subjected to some pretty bad abuse because she didn’t want to be married to this person,” Salazar said. “Several times it was reported to us that this young lady was abused with hot cooking oil being thrown on her body. She was beat with broomsticks. At least at one point, she was choked almost to the point of unconsciousness.”