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Six Billion Hours-Plus Of You-Tube Video Watched Monthly - YouTube announced yesterday that people are now watching more than six billion hours of video each month on the video service, twice as much as one year ago. Between just May 2012 and August 2012, it grew from three billion hours a month to four billion. The announcement comes after YouTube said less than two months ago that the site gets views from more than one billion unique visitors a month.
Breast Implants May Make Cancer Harder To Find - A recent study has found that women with breast implants who were diagnosed with breast cancer were diagnosed at later stages than women who were diagnosed and didn’t have implants. It isn’t believed that the implants themselves contribute to cancer but their presence makes it harder for doctors to examine the breast tissue. Studies are still being conducted but if it is definitively found that breast implants are impairing doctors’ vision than additional screening methods like ultrasound may be introduced into mammogram procedures.
Baby Born In Subway Is Given Free Rides For Life - A baby born in a Mexico City subway station will be allowed to ride the trains free for life. The baby's 22-year-old mother was trying to take the subway to the hospital on Tuesday (April 30) when she went into labor. Subway employees, police and paramedics helped her give birth on the subway platform. Mayor Miguel Angel Mancera announced on Twitter that the baby has earned the right to ride the subway free for life.
Pa. Woman Who Disappeared In 2002 Found - A central PA woman who went missing after dropping her kids off at school 11 years ago has been found in Florida living with homeless hitchhikers and sleeping under bridges. She told authorities that she went there on a whim and survived by scavenging food and panhandling. When she first went missing she was going through a divorce and was unsure of her future housing and plans when she made friends with the people she ended up traveling to Florida with. She was declared legally dead by the courts two years ago and her husband remarried. She turned herself into Florida police because of outstanding warrants and informed them that she was a missing person. She never checked to see if she was being looked for and said that she had just reached the end of her rope and was tired of running. Her son has graduated from college and her daughter is a sophomore at West Chester University.