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    More On: celebrity illnesses ‘Breaking Bad’ star Bob Odenkirk feels ‘great’ after heart attack Toby Keith announces stomach cancer diagnosis: ‘So far, so good’ Queen to miss Friday’s church service after ‘discomfort’ during Platinum Jubilee ‘Little Women: Atlanta’ star Ms. Juicy Baby out of hospital following stroke Danny Bonaduce is getting happy. The “Partridge Family” star shared a positive update on his health after battling a mystery illness that left him unable to walk and struggling to speak. “I couldn’t walk at all,” Bonaduce, 62, said on “Good Morning America” Monday, explaining that his wife, Amy Railsback, first noticed something was seriously wrong in April. “She looked really nervous. And she said, ‘You’re not saying words, you’re not speaking English,’ which, of course, is preposterous to me.” The former child star-turned-radio DJ underwent a battery of tests while in the hospital for five days, which ruled out a stroke but did not come up with a conclusive diagnosis. “I’d seen my dad have a stroke, and it was the same thing,” he shared. “I couldn’t walk. I couldn’t keep...
    A MUM-of-two has revealed how dodgy diet pills she purchased online almost cost her life. Elizabeth Katerina, 25, from Sydney, Australia, had been left unable to walk as baffled doctors thought she had been poisoned. 4Elizabeth Katerina says the diet pills almost killed her 4The 25-year-old mum has been left unable to walkCredit: 9News/A Current Affair The 25-year-old was able to shed nearly 4st in two months thanks to diet pills she bought online. After spending some time researching different brands and reading reviews, Katerina ordered the 3Action Sports Nutrition Fatburner pills, from Belgium, saying the reviews "looked really good." The mum started taking a capsule after breakfast and one in the afternoon "as direct(ed) on the bottle." But her health started to deteriorate shortly afterwards until the 10th day her heart rate was so high she had to call an ambulance. She told 9now: "I started getting really bad headaches. I started feeling really dizzy. Just light headed. "My stomach started feeling uncomfortable. I was getting diarrhoea everyday nonstop. Most read in The US SunSO MEME Anti-Biden 'Let's...
    A GIRL has shared how she's been forced to live in her car for over a year as there's no longer space for her in the family home and she can't afford to pay rent. Karna Stephens, from Folkestone Kent, was forced to set up home in her car after breaking up with her boyfriend and finding herself without a place to stay. 1Kara Stephens has been forced to live in her car for a year and even suffered a miscarriage while homelessCredit: BPM She had been living with her ex, but when they split, Karna found herself homeless as she couldn't go back to living with her dad, thanks to his house becoming "overcrowded" by her step-siblings. Instead, she found herself sleeping in her car and was left feeling "uncomfortable" when people would constantly stare through her windows. She even had to endure a miscarriage while homeless, with Karna claiming the stress of her living situation resulted in her losing the baby. Opening up about her situation, Karna told Kent Live: "Most of my family...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — There is a new treatment that is getting young people with knee problems back in the game. “I was playing in my regional championship game for Slippery Rock roller hockey. I felt the pop. At first, I thought it was an ACL, MCL, meniscus. It was my last Nationals ever. So I really just wanted to play it off until the end of the season. That Monday, I still couldn’t walk. I was dragging my right leg behind me. Tuesday, I went to get out of bed, still could barely walk,” said Nick Smith. READ MORE: COVID Reopening: SF Restaurants Get Set For Indoor Dining Under Red Tier Smith’s knee was worn out. “In the back of my knee, I had, pretty much, a hole. And my bone was chipping,” Smith said. “I was getting really bad spurts of pain.” “They get achy pain, they can have some catching, popping. A lot of times, a lot of pain along the joint line. And they can’t really go through with the activities they want to do,” said Dr....
    THIRD-DEGREE tearing, pain so extreme they couldn't walk or shower for two months, and being "sewn up like a blanket", three women have opened up about the brutal reality of childbirth. Although 90 per cent of mums experience tears, grazes or surgical incisions (episiotomy) from vaginal births, a recent survey by My Expert Midwife showed 59 per cent of women aren't prepared for how childbirth changes your body. 8Misha Clarke, 21, from Cumbria, had seven stitches after the birth of her son Cade, now twoCredit: Jam Press In the hope of educating mums-to-be, three women open up about their own painful experiences... 'It looked like the midwife was sewing a blanket' Misha Clarke, 21, a health and safety manager from Cumbria, endured an excruciating 42-hour labour with her first baby, Cade, now two years old. She suffered third-degree tearing, which was so severe that she could “barely sit or walk” for two months, and was later diagnosed with debilitating postpartum depression. She said: “I was nervous pre-birth as I was aware of all the scenarios. 8The mum was left struggling to...
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