Earlier this week, it was reported that Duck Dynasty matriarch Phil Robertson was hospitalized for undisclosed reasons. But radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned that he’s happy, happy, happy, and healthy, healthy, healthy — because it was actually another family member that had the health scare!
The drama began when Phil’s granddaughter Sadie Robertson explained that her family would not be present for her Dancing with the Stars debut because… Continue reading ‘Duck Dynasty’ Medical Crisis! The Truth About Phil Robertson’s Alleged Hospital Stay Revealed
Slowly but surely Tracy Morgan’s health seems to be improving.
The comedian’s rep, Lewis Kay, released a statement earlier this week saying Morgan’s recovery would be “arduous,” but has since released another statement updating fans on his health.
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“Today was a better day,” the statement reads. “While Tracy remains in critical, but stable, condition, he continues to show signs… Continue reading Tracy Morgan’s Condition Improving, Medical Team ‘Optimistic’
NBC is looking for a slight Chang of pace from Ken Jeong: The Community actor has signed on to star in and produce a multi-camera comedy project titled Dr. Ken, EW has confirmed. (Deadline first reported the news.)
Jeong’s credits don’t just include The Hangover and Party Down; he’s a licensed physician in California who earned his M.D. at the University of North Carolina and completed an internal… Continue reading Ken Jeong of ‘Community’ to star in NBC medical comedy based on his life
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has fired six workers who accessed patients’ records during the time Kim Kardashian was there for the birth of her daughter, North.
Five of the six workers accessed the records of a single patient. The sixth employee incredibly accessed the records of 14 patients.
The security lapses occurred between June 18 and 24. Kardashian delivered her baby on June 15 and was registered in… Continue reading Was Kim Kardashian The Target? Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Fires Six Workers Who Accessed Records