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  • Paula Deen: Public critical, 'Dancing With the Stars' intrigued

     
    Paula Deen: Paula Deen's diabetes admission is leading to a backlash from a public that seems to think it's been duped. What's Deen's next move? Perhaps a turn on DWTS -- that's "Dancing with the Stars," y'all....
  • Tracy Morgan hospitalized after collapsing at Sundance [Video]

     
    Tracy Morgan was hospitalized Sunday night after collapsing at the Sundance Film Festival. Tracy Morgan has a history of medical ailments, including a diabetic condition that led to a kidney transplant in 2010....
  • South Los Angeles health clinic starts $11.2-million expansion

     
    St. John's Well Child and Family Center broke ground Wednesday on an $11.2-million expansion and renovation of two health centers in South L.A....
  • Tracy Morgan is back at work, taunting Alec Baldwin

     
    Tracy Morgan was out of the hospital Monday and back to work on "30 Rock" Tuesday after collapsing over the weekend in Park City, Utah, altitude 7,000 feet. Tracy Morgan was ribbing Alec Baldwin on Twitter about his headline-grabbing weekend....
  • Food stamps and the right to make unhealthy decisions

     
    Is it fair to mandate to food stamp recipients what they can and can't eat? Sen. Ronda Storms (R-Fla.) thinks so, which is why she authored a bill that imposes restrictions on what people can buy with federal aid. Times......
  • Mary Tyler Moore: After SAG Awards, what could be next?

     
    SAG Awards 2012: With Mary Tyler Moore being honored for a career achievement, Dick Van Dyke singing her praises and Betty White onstage earlier to accept an award for female actor in a comedy series, the Screen Actors Guild Awards veered close to being...
  • Anger bubbles up in Congress over anti-obesity ads targeting soda

     
    Taxpayer-funded anti-obesity ads targeting soda aren’t going down well with a Tennessee congressman, who has introduced legislation to prohibit federal spending on any campaigns targeting legal American-made products....
  • Hold the bread? CDC warns of excessive sodium in U.S. diets

     
    Dietary sodium: About nine of every 10 Americans eat more salt than is recommended, the CDC says, adding that Public Enemy No. 1 is bread, not junk food....
  • Did the New York Giants buy a whole team just to get their quarterback?

     
    FOOTBALL URBAN LEGEND: The owner of the New York Giants once purchased an entire franchise just to get their star quarterback. This past Sunday, Eli Manning won his second Super Bowl MVP after leading the New York Giants to their......
  • What happens after someone sets themself on fire?

     
    We often see the headlines about people around the world setting themselves on fire. But what happens afterward? Nicole Bernal, acting director of the UC Irvine Regional Burn Center, explains....
  • New prison medical facilities unnecessary, analyst says

     
    California should hold off on building new medical facilities for prison inmates, according to report released Thursday by the legislative analyst’s office. The report contradicts plans by a court-appointed receiver, who has run the prison health...