Entertainment News: celebrity health
Sharon Stone proves age is nothing but a number on the March 2014 cover of Shape magazine.
The 55-year-old actress poses in a sexy yellow bikini on the cover of the magazine, covered only by a fishnet-style top. In an interview in the magazine, on newsstands Feb. 24, Stone talks about not being obsessed with looking younger, but rather looking the best she can be at her age.
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Tom Brokaw, the 74-year-old former "NBC Nightly News" anchor, revealed recently that he has been diagnosed with cancer.
Brokaw released a statement to NBC News on Tuesday, Feb. 11, and the news outlet confirmed he was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a cancer that affects blood cells in bone marrow.
Jessica Simpson was beaming of confidence in an interview with "Good Morning America," where the singer and fashion designer showed off her slimmed-down body.
Kristen Johnston, formerly of "3rd Rock From The Sun" and current star of the TV Land show "The Exes," has revealed that she has Lupus Myelitis, a rare autoimmune disease.
The 46-year-old actress said on her Facebook page recently that she suffered from the symptoms for four months and went to 17 physicians before Los Angeles doctor Daniel Wallace identified her ailment. She said on Twitter late on Wednesday that she was diagnosed on Monday.
Amy Robach revealed during "Good Morning America" on Monday, Nov. 11, that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer, more than month after undergoing an on-air mammogram on the morning program.
The 40-year-old ABC news correspondent also said she will have a bilateral mastectomy and reconstructive surgery on Nov. 14. She will learn what her treatment will be following her surgery. Video from the segment can be seen below.
Dick Van Dyke, 87, says the cause of a mysterious ailment, which had prompted him to cancel a public appearance, has been discovered. The culprit? His dental implants.
In April, The "Mary Poppins" film star and Emmy-winning TV actor was supposed to fly from California, where he lives with his wife, to New York to visit the 92nd Street Y on April 26 and receive the Lifetime Achievement Award for Bettering Humanity through Comedy. His rep said the actor had a "yet-to-be diagnosed neurological disorder."
Model and actress Angie Everhart, known for roles in films such as "Last Action Hero," is battling thyroid cancer.
The 43-year-old red-headed star, who is also a single mother of a 3-year-old son, plans to undergo surgery on Tuesday, May 14, her rep confirmed to OTRC.com.
Lil Wayne is "fine," according to a Tweet that was posted on his official Twitter account after reports claimed that the rapper suffered another seizure.
On Wednesday, May 1, TMZ reported that the 30-year-old rapper was hospitalized in Los Angeles on Tuesday night after he suffered a seizure. According to the report, he was later released Wednesday morning.
WWE star and actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has undergone emergency hernia surgery, weeks after he was injured in a WrestleMania 29 match against John Cena.
Johnson, 40, had the procedure done on Monday, April 22, and was forced to miss the Los Angeles premiere of "Pain & Gain," the new action comedy film he stars in with Mark Wahlberg. He attended its Miami premiere on April 11 (pictured above, right).