Celebrities, like the mortals they are, have also grappled with ADHD and managed to keep it out of the way to stardom.
Category: Celebrity Health
London 2012 is shaping up to be Lochte vs. Phelps in the aquatic races.
UK-based cancer organization Macmillan has recently enlisted the support of BAFTA-winning actress and comedian Jo Brand for Move More, its campaign to get cancer patients moving.
Steve Jobs died just months after undergoing chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
BMI is not a perfect method for judging someone’s weight because it only measures body fats and does not differentiate it from muscles.
Listed are some of the most inspiring celebrities’ hairstyles copied by women around the world.
Illuminated here are some of history’s most fabled college expulsions.
Mental conditions seem to dovetail well with popularity, as many people in this list would demonstrate.
In the run-up to her historic April 29 wedding to Prince William, Kate Middleton dramatically lost weight, unwittingly reinforced “brideorexia” in the minds of brides-to-be the world over.
Literature has a cache of some of the most amoral women to rival those in real life. They prove that villainy is not consigned to the boys.
You would think Kim Kardashian has it all, at least in the looks department. She’d be the last person you’d suspect of having bad skin. But she has.
These are the men who did not allow the guitar to control them. If they did not build their own, these musical legends made the guitar bend to their whims.
Fame and fortune has not exempted mothers from postpartum depression. Here is a list of celebrities who experienced depression after siring their bundles of joy.
Fame, if anything, is certainly no hindrance to gout. Here is an abbreviated list of famous men, spanning medieval and modern times, diagnosed with gout.