PSA's are a dime a dozen, but we wish there were even MORE!
If you watch TV, you probably watch NCIS. If you watch NCIS, then you know exactly who Mark Harmon is!
Instead of taking down the usual kind of bad guy, he's in a new public service announcement aimed at increasing awareness about cancer immunotherapy! In other words, the use of one's own immune system to fight cancer!
Stand Up 2 Cancer and the Cancer Research Institute are behind it, and have just debuted the PSA. Here's what Mark said:
Have you ever tried munching on some mulberries? These little berries are packed with tissue-building protein, iron for preventing anemia, calcium for strong bones and teeth, and vitamin C for a strong immune system. Mulberries are also a good source of fiber which makes them a great food for promoting healthy digestion.
Renee Zellweger made her return to the red carpet at Elle's annual Women In Hollywood Awards on Monday night, and she looked well, not immediately recognizable!
Despite looking extra wide-eyed, the actress also proudly showed off her fresh, dewy skin. Not to say she doesn't look good, but after comparing her looks from the past few years, we couldn't help but wonder if she had gone under the knife, or maybe just upped her own facial routine.
So we EXCLUSIVELY chatted with one of the country's top plastic surgeons, Dr. Alessi, of the Alessi Institute and Face Forward Foundation, to get his very own medical opinion on her new look. While he isn't Renee's doctor, he brings up some very interesting points!