Dave J Hogan/Getty ImagesLed Zeppelin's three surviving members gathered in London on Friday for a special screening of Celebration Day, the new concert film showcasing the band's December 2007 reunion concert at the O2 Arena in the U.K. capital. After the film was shown, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones participated in a Q&A with the media. Not surprisingly, they were asked if they would consider performing together again, but the rock legends side-stepped the question. read more ≫
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PRNewsFoto/Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.(NEW YORK) -- Health care giant Humana, Inc. is partnering with Wal-Mart to give its HumanaVitality participants a deal on fresh fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy and other "Great for You"-emblazoned products starting next month.
The new program kicks off Oct. 15 and will allow the more than one million Vitality customers (all under age 65) to get a 5 percent discount on Great for You products, a logo the retailer created last year to make it easier for shoppers to spot healthy items without having to read dozens of nutrition labels each trip. read more ≫
iStockphoto/Thinkstock(CHANDLER, Ariz.) -- What may have stung worse than Marcie Edmonds’ scorpion bite was the $83,046 hospital bill she was slapped with after treatment.
Now, the Arizona hospital where Edmonds was treated says it’s reviewing its pricing on the costly antivenom used to treat her, which was the main cost on the bill.
Edmonds, 52, who was stung in the stomach while opening a box of air conditioner filters, rushed to Chandler Regional Medical Center, where doctors injected two vials of an anti-venom called Anascorp. read more ≫
Keith Brofsky/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- In 2006, an otherwise healthy 53-year-old Ezekiel C. Mobley Jr. underwent routine surgery to remove an infected appendix. A Los Angeles native, he was planning to get back to hosting Pittsburgh's first Spanish-speaking television show. But he **** before leaving the hospital.
"I was really shocked -- very, very shocked," said Ora Mobley Sweeting, a human rights activist and Mobley's mother. "Why did this happen to my son?" read more ≫
Photo: Kirsten ShultzCarole King, John Fogerty and Mavis Staples are some of the many music luminaries appearing in a new PBS special premiering Friday at 9 p.m. ET. From Dust to Dreams: Opening Night at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts documents a March gala celebrating the debut of the new Las Vegas facility.
The two-hour show features performances by stars from various genres, including Train frontman Pat Monahan, R&B singer Jennifer Hudson, and country stars Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Martina McBride and Emmylou Harris. read more ≫