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Tiger Woods looking to cap another comeback at Bay Hill
Tiger Woods the betting favorite for first time in 4 years and looking to cap another comeback at Bay Hill
Botox newbie? Expert tips for not looking 'weird'
More than 7 million -- yes million -- Americans got Botox in 2017, the highest number ever, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). And while the minimally invasive procedure is considered generally safe, it's pretty easy to tell when Botox has gone bad. Dr. Rian A. Maercks, a
Vladimir Putin has a cold
Russia’s president Vladimir Putin has canceled some of his public appearances this week after coming down with a cold, a Kremlin spokesman said. "The president has a cold," Dmitry Peskov told reporters on a conference call Tuesday. “It’s winter.” It was a rare acknowledgement of physical
Doctors reveal baby's face through life-altering surgery
VAleka Riegel gave birth to her son, Zakary, in December of 2016. She would not see his face for the first time until April, after doctors completed a delicate and complex surgery to seal a hole in his skull that had caused a sac-like protrusion to obscure the front of his head. “I was first told
Beverly Hills anesthesiologist charged with murder in patient's overdose death
A anesthesiologist in Beverly Hills has been charged with murder in connection with a patient's fatal overdose, Los Angeles prosecutors announced Thursday. Stephen Kyosung Kim, 53, was working at the Rodeo Drive Plastic Surgery Center on Sept. 26 when he allegedly administered the medicine to the
One family's story of hardships, triumphs with son who has rare craniofacial disorder
It was a frigid February night in New York City when Magda Newman was in labor with her first child. With her husband Russel Newman by her side, she labored for nearly 17 hours before giving birth to their son. But when she finally delivered, the couple’s moment of expected happiness quickly turned
Kim Zolciak Biermann gives update 2 years after mini-stroke: 'I knew something was off most of my life'
It's been two years since reality star Kim Zolciak-Biermann suffered a mini-stroke. Zolciak-Biermann called the Sept. 23, 2015, incident, in which she suffered a transient ischemic attack, a "blessing in disguise." She was forced to drop out of " Dancing With the Stars " and reevaluate her life. "I
Mosul's children return to school after ISIS defeat: 'We are not giving up on learning'
Three years ago when Rauiya Saed was in the third grade, ISIS militants took over her neighborhood in West Mosul and closed the school. But at home, the Iraqi girl kept on reading and writing. In her diary, she wrote about life under ISIS -- about other children who were starving while living under
Former reality star slammed for posting photo of private jet evacuation during Hurricane Irma
A former reality star defended her decision to escape Hurricane Irma by private jet after she was slammed on social media for posting a picture of her and her family posing in front of the plane. Lisa Hochstein, one of the stars of the short-lived "Real Housewives of Miami" shared the photo on