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Cook apologizes to Brinkley for affair: Christie Brinkley's ex-hubby Peter Cook says he's sorry for having a sexual relationship with 18-year-old Diana Bianchi. On Sunday, Cook told Fox News if he could do it all over again he'd say: "No, I'm a married man." Last week Brinkley got custody of their two children and properties, and Cook received $2.1 million. Cook says he's satisfied with the outcome.

Want a baby boy? Eat cereal! Eating foods with potassium, including a hearty breakfast, boost the odds of having a baby boy, according to a recent British study. Lead researchers say male embryos don't survive in conditions with low sugar levels--a condition brought on by skipping breakfast. Among women with the highest calorie intake before pregnancy, 56 percent had boys, versus 45 percent of the women with the lowest calorie intake. And women who ate at least one bowl of breakfast cereal daily were 87 percent more likely to have boys than those who just one bowl a week. This is the first study to show a link between a woman's diet and the gender of her baby.

Manners class for kids--and spa for you: Parents can send their kids to a class called "The Art of Etiquette at Montage Laguna Beach" in Laguna Beach, CA, while they indulge in spa treatments and a poolside lunch. For $225, kids ages 5-17 get a five-hour course in manners, etiquette, culture differences, and conversation and eating skills taught by etiquette expert Kim Maxwell, and celebrities Lisa Rinna and Mel B.

Infant born without soft spot: Five-month-old Olivia Grace Casteel was born at a Texas hospital is recovering from surgery to reconstruct her skull after she was born with a rare condition in which the soft spot is fused. The condition is dangerous because it doesn't allow the brain space to grow which leads to neurological problems. Doctors at Children's Hospital in Dallas cut strips from the sides of her skull to allow the brain room to grow outwards, and reconstructed the forehead and back of the head to the neck. The baby's condition is being monitored.

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Anon July 14, 2008, 11:54 AM

A little too late to apologize now. Next time keep it in your pants.

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