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tuesday, january 26th and welcome to the fox19 now morning xtra. i'm frank marzullo. and joining me this morning for our chat is jeff creighton a mother noticed
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daughter's ears were sticking out farther then she thought they should be. he called them "bat ears" so she tried to tape them down... to help form them while she was still a baby when that didn't work... so after about a month she found a plastic surgeon you said that her daughters ears wouldn't flatten out on their own... and that she needed a splint to shape the ear... the doctor said they were a little late getting her to him... and most mothers bring him their babies almost straight from the hospital. the first pair cost 350 dollars... and
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they may need to get a second set for 250 dollars the doctor said at least it is cheaper than plastic surgery which can cost around 8- thousand dollars. the doctor said they are painless.. and most babies dont' even notice them. the mother says they have improved.... we don't have a before picture but.. here is the after. there's evidence
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cigarettes may also be more likely to start smoking regular cigarettes. the study by the university of hawaii included 23- hundred high schoolers. those who'd vaped three times as likely to have started smoking a year later. that's compared to those who had never tried e- cigarettes. more than two- thirds of the kids considered e- cigarettes healthier than regular cigarettes. today's the day to celebrate your
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don't wait until valentines day... spouses day. busy schedules, work, kids, chores... they can all get in the way... and we can often take them for granted. know just how appreciated.
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jeff frank weather now with the exception
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showers this morning we will remain quiet in the department the showers are out of with cloudy skies into the afternoon but a breezy and gusty afternoon at degrees. tonight low of 23 degrees. degrees on your slowly start to warm up and will touch 50 degrees by this upcoming saturday and sunday. frank cam a virus which has been found in nearly 21 carribean
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nearly 21 carribean and north and south america countries...has changed travel plans for many pregnant women....its called the zika virus and while no cases have been diagnosed here in the states it is possible here to tells us why and how dr. robert cincinnati childrens.... the zika virus is likely to spread across nearly all of the americas,
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organization has warned. the infection, which causes symptoms including mild fever, conjunctivitis and headache, has already been found in 21 countries in the caribbean, north and south america. it has been linked to thousands of babies being born with underdeveloped brains and some countries have advised women not to get pregnant. no treatment or vaccine is available. the virus is native to africa and was spreading in the americas in brazil in may 2015. the lack of any natural immunity in the americas is helping the rapidly. get infected- by mosquito bites prevention- put on and wear long pants always the most comfortable in tropical climates!! . use bed netting and spray room
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cases that occurred in the us- to date; no. but the mosquito exists in the us so there is a possibility. 4. what is zika virus- it is in a family of virus called flavivirus. other flaviviruses are dengue, yellow fever and chikungunya 5. what is the risk to pregnant women- we still are trying to understand. in brazil, where there have been a lot of cases of infection, it was noted that there were more cases of babies born with small heads than would have been expected. when the moms and babies were evaluated, the zika virus was found in some of the babies. this is what led to the travel notice for pregnant mothers. the c-d-c has expanded its list of countries it believes pregnant women should delay visiting because of a serious virus. the c-d-c says pregnant women should postpone travel to more than 20-countries... including mexico..
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these countries the zika virus, bites. with zika have no symptoms, but the virus can cause birth defects in babies. it has been linked to cases of a rare neurological condition called microcephaly in new-borns. still to come the democrats take to the stage for the final time the democrats take to the stage for the final time caucus... we'll
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breaking now... firefighters are currently on the scene of a fire that broke out at a business on profit drive in fairfield.
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corporation around 7-45 this morning. at this time, it's unknown how badly damaged the building is or what sparked the fire. we're still waiting to hear if anyone was inside the building when the fire broke out. new this morning also new this morning.... a theft suspect leads police on a chase along i-71... police say a man tried to steal items form the walmart fairfax. but when police tried to stop him at the store... he jumped into his car he later crashed just off the on 71... and 'then' police say he took off on foot. he has not been caught yet. right now in oakley, officers are looking for a an armed bank robbery. cincinnati police say a man with paint on his face held up bank on paxton he was reportedly wearing a dark grey jacket with a underneath, a black
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boots... and armed with a gun. i will continue to follow breaking news for you and bring you the latest information right here on the morning xtra and our website fox19 now-dot-com. right now, we want to get a check of your weather with jeff... weather now transition with the exception of some light rain showers this morning we will remain quiet in the weather department the next several days. most of our rain showers are out of here by 7am and 8am with cloudy skies into the afternoon but a breezy and gusty afternoon at times and daytime temps near 37 degrees. tonight partly cloudy and low of 23 degrees. then cold and dry with a high of 33 degrees on your wednesday. the good news we slowly start to warm up and will touch 50 degrees by this upcoming saturday and sunday. maybe they're friendly... not friendly... defiantly not friendly. i'll save you. sorry oh i'm so
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you. sorry oh i'm so sorry. frank cam with over 400 million copies of the popular goosbump series...it of time before the made it to the big screen... author rl stine joins me now now released on blu-ray" you know r.l. stine goosebumps, the
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over 400 million copies in print. the first ever goosebumps movie is coming out on blu-ray" combo pack january 26, digital jan. 12 from sony pictures home entertainment. r. l. stine joins your station live to discuss the family friendly box office hit goosebumps, debuting on blu- ray" combo pack january 26, digital jan. 12 from sony pictures home entertainment. based on scholastic's worldwide best- selling book series, with over 400 million copies in print, the motion picture adventure stars jack black school of rock as goosebumps author r.l. stine, along with dylan minnette
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super 8 and odeya rush the giver . when zach minnette unwittingly unleashes magical monsters on the with his new lee rush and stine black to send the ghouls back where they came from before the blu-ray" combo packs and dvd have 'spook-tacular' special features, including an alternate opening and ending, deleted scenes, a blooper reel, and a casting gallery. in addition, there are two all- new featurettes still to come we'll take a look at
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and had been able to pay attention, i was trying to get us to universal healthcare coverage working with my husband." "the ideas i am talking about are not radical ideas. according to c-n- n's latest poll, hillary clinton has a six-point lead in iowa. still to come what do swimmers do when they can't get out of their houses to get to the gym? they swim in the record snow fall. the video that will make you laugh out loud coming up. plus... later today... we could learn how close we are to the end of the world. details on the doomsday clock... are next
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eellent source of protein, ituels her up with energy top power through her morning. wiim dean delights, good mornings lead to great days. weather now
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of some light rain showers this morning we will remain quiet in the weather department the next several days. most of our rain showers are out of here by 7am and 8am with cloudy skies into the afternoon but a breezy and gusty afternoon at times and daytime temps near 37 degrees. tonight partly cloudy and low of 23 degrees. then cold and dry with a high of 33 degrees on your wednesday. the good news we warm up and will by this upcoming
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trending now animation frank 2 shot fox19 now's digital content producer kara foxx is here
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trending now... later today...we could learn how close we are to the end of the world... scientists will announce their latest decision about how close the world is to global catastrophe through the doomsday clock. the doomsday clock is a symbolic clock. the midnight hour represents how close humanity is to destruction. it's currently set at three minutes to midnight. so the bulletin of the atomic scientists will reveal today a new position for that minute hand. could be closer to midnight, but also could move back. they have both happened before in
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assessment. the clock takes into account how vulnerable the world is to catastrophe from nuclear weapons, climate change and new technologies, according to the bulletin. that announcement will be made at 1:30 today. chances are you probably have more facebook friends than you can keep up with... your friends? published in the journal royal society of open on average - only four of those facebook friends part of your clique.
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be by your side during times of crisis. the study also says the average person could count just about 13 people as close friends. the study concluded that although social networks help you keep up with your acquaintances - they don't necessarily expand your number of close friendships. so what do you think? i asked your opinion on facebook. head there and let us
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true athletes need to practice their sport rain or shine. or blizzard. i want to show you some video of swimmers doing their best to get the laps in even in all that snow that hit the east coast. take a look. ready. go! oh my gosh, chris takes the lead. ready, swimmers take your mark. go. ah! oh my. sound full first two clips in their bathing suits. jumped in the snow for a little practice. but most soon realized it was a bit too cold. snow swimming. the next olympic sport?
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we have so much more coming up on the morning x. we're back in 2 and a half minutes. stay with us "announcer: now with the fox19 mobile app, you'll never be without fox19 news. from fox19.com to text and email alerts for breaking news and weather. it's all right here in the palm of your hand." winter blast animation frank cam
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coast -- one big question remains. where to put all that snow? a massive snow melter from the indianapolis international airport is now on its way to d-c to help clear
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it can melt up to 60 tons of snow and ice per hour! schools and government offices in the nation's capitol will remain closed today... but most of the city's above ground metro service will be up and running this morning. residents still working to dig out. keller says: "this city truly has come together ... we've seen neighbors helping neighbors, we've seen volunteers helping folks to shovel out .. and we're asking you to continue to help us with that process." air travel is slowly getting back to normal.. but 12-hundred flights are still cancelled today. we'll be right back with another check of your top stories and breaking news.... when the morning x returns.
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around 400- thousand ranger pickups because
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inflators can 'explode' with too much force. this recall includes trucks from 2004 through 2006 in the u.s. and canada. just a few days ago... the government announced that a south carolina man was killed in a crash because of this very issue. the government says automakers will have to recall another 5 million vehicles that have those faulty inflators. new this morning new this morning... we now know the name of the woman involved in a bad wreck in springfield township. police say 24-year- old shalanda levy was driving on galbraith road when she lost control of her car and crashed into a pole. when crews arrived... levy was trapped inside of her car and had to be cut out. she was flown to u-c medical center and is expected to recover. the cause of the crash is under investigation. also new... middletown confirming that 'this' house fire is under investigation this morning. fire crews responded to the home on michigan avenue at about 9-
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to ask for additional help. in all, five departments responded. we're told the person living there was not home at the time no firefighters were hurt... but the home is a total loss. i will continue to follow breaking news for you and bring you the latest information right here on the morning xtra and our website fox19 now-dot-com. right now, we want to get a check of your weather with jeff... weather now transition with the exception of some light rain showers this morning we will remain quiet in the weather department the next several days. most of our rain showers are out of here by 7am and 8am with cloudy skies into the afternoon but a breezy and gusty afternoon at times and daytime temps near 37 degrees. tonight partly cloudy and low of 23 degrees. then cold and dry with a high of 33 degrees on your wednesday. the good news we slowly start to warm up and will touch 50 degrees by this upcoming saturday and sunday. still to come we're talking to
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grease live.... live coming up in about 30 minutes. plus cincinnati zoo's new blue penguin chick... bowie... when the morning x returns. toyota billboard frank cam
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p p p p p the cincinnati zoo just welcomed a new blue penguin chick.... and we are getting a behind the scenes look at him... our dan wells is live at the zoo with bowie the cincinnati zoo and botanical gardens welcomed the birth of its
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the blue penguin chick weighed in at a mere 46 grams, according to the zoo's blogpost. the zoo took in name suggestions on its facebook and twitter pages, and ended up picking the name "bowie" because the penguin shares the same birthday as the late singer, david bowie. since the adorable chick was also born only two days before the music legend passed away, the name now has a new meaning. "we think that bowie is going to be a very special penguin," said angela hatke, communications coordinator for the cincinnati zoo and botanical gardens. "this penguin chick is going to be a very positive tribute to david bowie, especially after the tragedy happened."
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penguin which is the smallest penguin species on the planet. the cincinnati zoo has the largest colony of blue penguins in north america. we'll be right back kuechly... for the touchdown! a dream come true for a cincinnati high school football
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