Friday, November 28, 2014
By Clip Syndicate
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 81, underwent a heart procedure Wednesday morning to have a stent placed in her right coronary artery. A blockage was discovered after Ginsburg "experienced discomfort during routine exercise" Tuesday night and was taken to the hospital, according to a release from the Supreme Court. Ginsburg is resting "comfortably" at MedStar Washington Hospital Center and is expected to be released in the next 48 hours. Since being sworn in as a Supreme Court Justice in 1993, Ginsburg has been treated for colon cancer and pancreatic cancer. She said in an interview this summer she has no plans of retiring soon.


Thankfully, this mystery has a happy ending. The New York Daily news reports Model B. Smith was found in a Manhattan café today after last being spotted boarding a jitney that was headed toward the Hamptons, The 65-year-old was one of the first African-American models to be on the cover of Mademoiselle and later became a successful New York restaurateur. She revealed this past summer that she was battling Alzheimer's disease.   [READ MORE]
Roseanne Barr did a lot with a single selfie ... insinuating Bill Cosby brutally beat her but really just made a domestic violence joke, and at the same time showed the perils of a chemical peel. Barr posted a photo of her swollen and badly bruised face with the caption "tussle w bill cosby." Apparently, no one found it funny. She took it down and reposted with an explanation, saying, "Got a chemical peel to look more sexier. Joked about tussling cosby."

The court said, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent heart surgery Wednesday morning after experiencing discomfort during exercise. The court said, the blockage was discovered after she felt discomfort during “routine exercise” on Tuesday night. Ginsburg was appointed in 1993 by President Bill Clinton and is the oldest sitting justice.   [READ MORE]
What a difference a year makes. Officials said Friday, more than 460,000 people signed up for health insurance on the federal government’s website during the first week of open enrollment. And there were no outages or other technical glitches. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell told reporters, more than 3 million people visited during that first week. She said, “We have seen more than one million people speak with one of our call center representatives.   [READ MORE]
A 40-year-old quad amputee was all thank yous at a news conference Tuesday at a Boston-area hospital as he showed off his two new arm transplants. Will Lautzenheiser sat next to the doctors from Brigham and Women's Hospital who spent almost nine hours in surgery with him last month. "To have come here and to have received this gift is really astonishing to me, and it's obviously life-changing," he said. The hospital said the arms came from an anonymous donor through the New England Organ Bank.

Tom Hanks' son Chet Hanks—aka Chet Haze—has recently gotten sober. Chet revealed the news via Instagram on Nov. 19. In the accompanying caption, the "Do It Better" rapper shared his story. "I've been struggling with substance abuse since I was 16 years old. Finally at the age of 24 I decided to get some help," he wrote. "With 50 days of sobriety under my belt, I can honestly say I'm the happiest I've ever been. I'm thankful for my family and everybody that cares about me, including my fans. I've been blessed with the programs of AA and NA which allow me to rise above this disease. I'm learning to accept my faults and be ok with being human. If anybody that sees this struggles with addiction, feel free to reach out. Thank you all for the love and support!"


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