Ever since audio recordings of Donald Sterling going on a racist rant were leaked this weekend, plenty of companies have been distancing themselves from the Los Angeles Clippers owner!
But what about the organization that have been receiving HUGE donations from the billionaire and putting the money to good use?
Well UCLA found themselves in this moral dilemma after Donald pledged to donate $3 million for kidney research! Although the money was for a good cause, the University has decided to
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Not only are pets cute, cuddly and pretty damn awesome, but they can also benefit your health!!
According to recent studies, owning a pet can help your health in 10 completely different ways!!
Here's the scoop:
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Paula Deen is trying pretty hard to recover from the backlash she received after revealing she has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes for three years, but continued to endorse diabetes-causing food.
It is pretty obvious that the only reason she revealed her illness is to make more money considering she waited to strike an endorsement deal with a diabetes drugmaker Novo Nordisk before coming out.
Now she's trying to do some good and has announced that she plans on donating "a certain percentage" of what the company is paying her to the American Diabetes Association.
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Bret Michaels has decided it’s time for him to take a stance on the condition that’s plagued him for almost his entire life — Diabetes.
Michaels has suffered from type-1 diabetes since he was six, and has recently raised more than $300,000 on his TV show for the American Diabetes Association. He has also signed on to be the face of the organization in November.
"It is an honor to once again be working with the American Diabetes Association. As someone with type 1 diabetes, I know how difficult it can be to live with this disease and how important it is to raise awareness so that we can eventually put a stop to diabetes. I hope everyone will join me in the movement to Stop Diabetes this November."
Bret, you’re a crazy person most of the time, but we love the charity work you’re doing!
[Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.com.]
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