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The actor suffers from severe hypertension and has been undergoing dialysis treatments, but he needs to ...
Season 8 of The Biggest Loser was all about second chances, especially for newly crowned winner Danny Cahill. The 40-year-old from Broken Arrow, Okla., was an overweight teen who managed to lose the weight and pursue his dream of becoming a successful musician. After falling off the wagon and gaining the weight back, though, Danny became determined to shed the weight once and for all. By the season finale, he lost 55 percent of his body mass, ending up at 191 pounds.
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Bryant Gumbel underwent cancer surgery two months ago to remove a malignant tumor in his lung, he announced on Tuesday's Live with Regis and Kelly.
Gumbel, who filled in for Regis Philbin, made the announcement after telling Kelly Ripa he could not dance due to the surgery and a "note from my doctor."
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"They opened up my chest. They took a malignant tumor, part of my lung and some other ...
Professional golfer Tiger Woods is in "good condition" after crashing his car early Friday morning, his publicist said in a statement.
According to a joint statement from Woods' publicist and Health Central Hospital, where he was treated, the accident was "minor" and he was "admitted, treated and released today in...
Holidays are a time for family, fun and, of course, food — which doesn't mean you have to throw all your hard work to the wayside. The Biggest Loser host Alison Sweeney, Season 4 winner Bill Germanakos and Couples contestant Nicole Brewer offer some tips to stay healthy during the holidays and beyond.
Treat Thanksgiving like any other day
It's easy to use any holiday — especially those that revolve around food — as a "cheat" day, so Germanakos suggests treating it as "just another day." Just because many people gain a few pounds during the holidays, "it does not give you a free lease to go ahead and ruin what you work so hard for all year long," he says. "It's a matter of taking some precautions and trying not to overdo it." Newlywed Brewer makes sure she doesn't deprive herself. "I definitely have a spoonful of everything so I can feel like I had Thanksgiving dinner, but I don't go for a second plate."
Filling up on the good stuff
Fill up on healthier options, leaving little room for the higher calorie items. Sweeney does this by eating...