Eavesdropping In: Three Parent Test-Tube Babies, Atlantis Possibly Found

by Mara Siegler · March 14, 2011

    Apple has sold as many as 500,000 iPad 2s during its debut weekend, up from the original iPad's debut sales of 300,000. [Fortune]

    Some 7% of dads grapple  with post-birth depression, a new study says; 25% of women suffer from postpartum depression. [AP]

    Some 2,000 bodies have been found on the coast of Japan’s Miyagi prefecture, adding to the confirmed quake death toll of 1,597, with 1,481 people confirmed missing. [Newser]

    British authorities are considering approval for "three parent" test-tube babies to mix and match the best DNA for a healthier children. [Telegraph]

    A U.S.-led research team may have finally located the lost city of Atlantis, the legendary metropolis believed swamped by a tsunami thousands of years ago in mud flats in southern Spain. [Reuters]