She's currently filming four episodes of FX's 'Rescue Me'.
Yep, his latest coronary episode was deemed a mild heart attack.
Don't worry. He's going to be fine.
Plus: "Healthy" fast food appeals to consumers, and New York students learn about food justice, all in our morning news roundup.
Sales of 'Allure' were down more than 17 percent.
Can an immune-boosting facial substitute for a vaccine?
Surely it's only a matter of time before one of those germ-filled Netflix envelopes in your mailbox gives you swine flu or the Ebola virus, right? Maybe not!
Is this as bad as when they talked about banning smoking in public parks?
Owing to her ongoing treatment for breast cancer, Maura Tierney has been forced to leave NBC's upcoming dramedy 'Parenthood.'
She tells 'Us' magazine, "I have discovered a tumor in my breast which requires surgery."
Functionalab offers a personalized vitamin-and-supplement plan for all your health and beauty needs (or whims).
The new health commissioner plans to "focus on dietary issues probably beyond calorie labeling."
He'll stay on as CEO during his recovery.
A new set of free matchbooks depicting rotting lungs, tumors, and ruined teeth will be passed out to eager smokers across the city.
In 2006, the last year for which there are complete statistics, 4,800 people became infected.
The paper attempts to argue that the thing most jarring to voters about Barack Obama's appearance is his weight. Yeah.
Just because Gwyneth Paltrow wears seven-inch heels like it's her job doesn't mean you should, too.
In the June/July issue of 'Teen Vogue,' Ali Michael shares her story of weight struggles as an up-and-coming model.
In which we help you Democrats get through the night without alcohol. And it won't be easy!
These body-cleansing, weight-eliminating cure-alls are all the rage, but you won't believe what one writer wound up with after she juice fasted for ten days.