Health News Archive
This is just the most heartwarming thing you'll see all day!
It's no secret that Rachel Platten is one of the most talented up-and-coming pop stars thanks to her hit Fight Song, but as it turns out, she's also one of the sweetest celebrities out there as well!
The 34-year-old stopped by Children's Hospital Los Angeles last week to perform a duet with one of her biggest fans who unfortunately happens to be battling Stage Four cancer.
Apparently, Jeremiah Succar's parents knew that their 7-year-old loved Rachel so much, that they got #RachelMeetJeremiah to be a popular hashtag on Instagram.
Well, it clearly worked because Rachel took time off of her current tour to sing with Jeremiah, and it is just amazingly cute.
Ch-ch-check out Rachel and Jeremiah's duet, but try not to cry (below)!!!
Someone's looking buff!
This celebrity was leaving his West Hollywood gym on Monday, and he did a really great job at trying to go incognito.
Except we're thinking if anything was going to give him away, it would be his fit figure!
Are you seeing those biceps??
Anyway, it sure looks like this 40-year-old is having himself a
Wet Hot American Summer!
So have you guessed yet?? This chiseled body belongs to…
We cannot get over how EXTREMELY clever this idea is!
When industrial designer Sha Yao saw her grandmother suffer from Alzheimer's, she felt hopeless.
According to the Taiwanese entrepreneur:
"When she was diagnosed with the disease I felt frustrated (as do many caregivers) seeing her gradually lose her ability to take care of herself, but there was not much I could do to help."
Specifically, the Master of Fine Arts degree holder saw her grandmother struggle with eating.
However, instead of sitting back, Sha decided to take action.
And that's when the idea for Eatwell was born!
That's such good news!
Pamela Anderson has been living with Hepatitis C for over ten years, and now she's finally ready to open up about her treatment process!
The Baywatch star hadn't talked too much about her diagnosis over the years, but now that things are taking a positive turn, she's ready to speak up about the disease, saying:
"I'm very fortunate that I've had Hep C for about 16 years. 16 years ago that was [presented to me] as a death sentence. I think it really worked on my self esteem. Even though I may have looked confident on the outside, I think it really was a dark cloud that lingered over me."
She's tried different medications in the past, but now Pam is moving on to a new process that's FDA-approved! These new drugs work to destroy the virus, and she says the outcome could be amazing!