Morning Brew w/ Andy Mattson

 
Morning Brew w/ Andy Mattson

Brew Blog 7.10.13

THE STRANGE NAMES MOMS ARE GIVING BABIES, IN 2013


Katniss, the hero of "The Hunger Games" played by Jennifer Lawrence in the movie, is one of the fastest-rising names for girls in 2013.

How 'bout Django for boys?

The movie-influenced monikers are among the most popular baby names so far in 2013, according to online database Nameberry, which calculated the list based on the most viewed name pages on its site.

Names inspired by movies and chosen by celebrities for their kids are a big part of the list.

Imogen, which means beloved child, topped the choices for girls. Asher, a Biblical name that means fortunate or happy,was big for boys

Here are Nameberry's top baby names for the first half of 2013

Girls

1. Imogen

2. Charlotte

3. Harper

4. Eleanor

5. Violet

6. Amelia

7. Seraphina

8. Isla

9. Penelope

10. Katniss

 

Boys

1. Asher

2. Finn

3. Declan

4. Django

5. James

6. Oliver

7. Henry

8. Atticus

9. Owen

10. Milo

 

"DEAD WOMAN" WAKES UP AS DOCTORS ARE ABOUT TO REMOVE HER ORGANS... AWKWARD

SYRACUSE, NY- A woman ended up in the emergency room but woke up to find that doctors were about to remove her organs.

According to the report, the woman was taken to an emergency room (in Syracuse, New York) because of a drug overdose. A nurse told doctors that she was recovering from her overdose, but those same doctors somehow pronounced her dead.

A call was placed to her family informing them that she had passed away, and the family agreed to have her removed from life support and gave the hospital clearance to harvest her organs.

But… she wasn't dead.

Thankfully, she gained consciousness right before doctors were going to cut her open.

Obviously, the doctors were as shocked as she was. They thought she was dead.

** This woman isn't the only person who had to deal with a medical mistake. A report from the American Association for Justice found that preventable medical errors are the sixth largest cause of death in the U.S.

 

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