Face Lift News
Renee Zellweger: 'Why Are We Talking About How Women Look?'
Renee Zellweger is continuing to sound off about society's obsession with her appearance -- especially as she ages. In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter , when asked about aging in Hollywood, the actress, 47, replied, "I've never seen the maturation of a woman as a negative thing. I've
How a Severely Burned Former Firefighter Is Doing 1 Year After Face Transplant Surgery
One year after undergoing the most extensive face transplant ever performed, which was covered by "Nightline" in an Emmy-nominated special edition , Pat Hardison continues to thrive. “I’m happy to tell you that I’m doing great!” Hardison, 42, said at a press conference at NYU Langone Medical Center
'The View' Special Part 1: How 'The View' Became a Revolutionary Show
Barbara Walters, Star Jones, Joy Behar, Meredith Vieira, and Debbie Matenopoulos starred as the show's original cast.
Patients With Two Different Cancers, Without Insurance Had Higher Death Risk, Studies Find
The importance of health insurance for cancer patients was again made clear in two new studies, which found those battling two different types of cancers had an increased risk of dying from the disease when they lacked health coverage. Both studies highlighted how preventative care, which people
Renee Zellweger Pens Essay About 'Troubling' Tabloid Journalism
Renée Zellweger has responded to criticism she's received over her looks. In 2014, the "Bridget Jones's Diary" star appeared on her first red carpet in some time, and tabloids speculated that she may have had plastic surgery . In a new essay published by the Huffington Post , the actress wrote that
WWE brand split and draft provides opportunity and excitement for entire roster
The WWE, as we know it, is about to undergo a major facelift. Again. For the first time since 2011, the WWE will implement a brand extension (or brand split), separating its roster into two competing shows: the flagship three-hour "Raw" on Monday nights, and "SmackDown," which will air live for the
'After The View': May 26, 2016
The co-hosts continue their conversation on body shaming and ask if Donald Trump has anything substantive to say.
Amanda Peet on Her Decision Not to Go Under the Knife
The actress tells "The View" co-hosts her reasons for aging gracefully in Hollywood.