Thursday’s installment of TODAY’s series, “Hope to It,” spotlights a Georgia business, called “Special Kneads and Treats” that’s employing people with disabilities.
Joan Rivers remains hospitalized three days after going into cardiac arrest at a doctor's office in New York City. The Mount Sinai Hospital said Sunday that it had no updates to release on the 81-year-old comedian's health. Daughter Melissa Rivers said Friday that she was in serious condition. A spokeswoman for Joan Rivers didn't immediately respond to messages Sunday. She was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital on Thursday, a day after she spoke at an employee event at Time Inc. in New York.
The celebrity comedian has been hospitalized since going into cardiac and respiratory arrest Thursday during what is described as minor threat surgery. TMZ has reported that the 81-year-old is being kept on life support. NBC s Kristen Dahlgren reports.
Joan Rivers' family is keeping their fingers crossed as the comedy legend and 'Fashion Police' co-host remained in a New York hospital. Her daughter, Melissa Rivers didn't report any change in her mother's condition in a brief statement, which thanked fans for your continued love and support. Joan was undergoing a procedure on her vocal cords Thursday morning at a clinic when she stopped breathing and was transported to Mount Sinai Hospital.
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