It BooksWhat's it like to be a "woman in rock"? Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson have been asked that question a million ***** in their long and storied career, and now, with their new memoir Kicking & Dreaming, they've finally answered it, as well as a few more. read more ≫
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ABC/Fred Lee(NEW YORK) -- Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts will undergo a bone marrow transplant to treat myelodysplastic syndrome, or MDS, a disorder in which the bone marrow fail to produce enough healthy blood cells on Thursday.
Dr. Gail Roboz, who is helping Robin prepare her for her bone marrow transplant, appeared again on GMA on Thursday to discuss Robin’s treatment.
“Everything is going great,” Roboz said. “Medically speaking, everything is going fantastically.” read more ≫
Photo: Soren Solkaer StarbirdLed Zeppelin's surviving members will be in London this Friday to participate in a press event promoting Celebration Day, the film capturing the band's December 2007 reunion concert that will premiere in theaters around the world next month. Singer Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page and bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones all will be on hand to meet with the media, and also will attend a screening of the movie. read more ≫
ABC News(NEW YORK) -- From world-class sporting scandals in baseball and on the track, performance-enhancing ***** seem to have found a new playing field -- the office.
"It's like a secret. You don't want to let the other guy know what you know," said Oliver Power, 48, an office manager in the San Francisco Bay Area. "You know what I mean? You want to keep that edge going so guys don't talk about it too much."
Testosterone, the steroid hormone banned in sports, has quietly become the newest wonder **** for men in the workplace. read more ≫
Hemera/Thinkstock(PLEASANT HILL, Ore.) -- The "faith healer" parents of an Oregon teenager who **** due to a lack of medical care will be required to contact a doctor when any of their other six children are sick for more than one day, according to the terms of their probation.
Russel and Brandi Bellew were sentenced to five years of probation on Tuesday after they pleaded guilty to negligent homicide in the death of Brandi's biological son, Austin Sprout, 16. An autopsy found Austin **** of an infection caused by a burst appendix. read more ≫