On the Mend
“The View” host Barbara Walters is recovering at a hospital in Washington, D.C. after taking a spill.
The 83-year-old TV veteran fell and cut her forehead while visiting the British Ambassador's residence Saturday night.
Guitarist Dick Wagner thought his career as a rock star, with bands like Alice Cooper, Aerosmith and Kiss, was over when he began suffering from health problems and dementia like symptoms in 2007.After a stroke and heart attack he told “Good Morning America,” "I woke up from a coma after two weeks with a paralyzed left arm. My profession as a guitarist, I thought was over."
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was hospitalized Sunday after a blood clot was discovered in a follow-up exam related to a concussion she suffered earlier this month.
Her spokesman told CNN she will remain at the NYC hospital for at least 48 hours, while doctors treat the clot with anticoagulants, and monitor her condition.
Actor and musician Frankie Muniz opened up to “Extra” in detail about the mini-stroke he suffered on Nov. 30, revealing he’s “definitely feeling better.”
“I wouldn’t say I’m 100 percent,” the 27-year-old explained during a Spreecast live chat with his band, Kingsfoil. “I still feel a little lazy and lethargic, but I’m getting my energy back.”
“Dancing with the Stars” co-host Brooke Burke underwent surgery for thyroid cancer on Wednesday and tweeted Thursday that the “surgery went well.”
Then later, she tweeted, “Thank God it's over. I'm clean, surgery went well & I can talk. Losing my voice was my biggest fear. Thx for all your prayers & light.”
Allyn Rose is just 24, but the Miss America contestant has decided she will undergo a double mastectomy as a preventive measure.People she decided to go ahead with the operation after learning she’s the carrier of the same rare chromosomal disease that took her mother’s life.