Abby Lee Miller opens up about the PTSD she's suffered since prison, and how she can help Kim Kardashian with prison reform.
The "Grease" star showed off the marijuana plants that help treat the pain — and even slipped on her "Bad Sandy" leggings from "Grease."
Suzanne Whang, who appeared in dozens of TV shows, including "Las Vegas" and "Arrested Development," has died after a long struggle with breast cancer.
The announcement was made on a GoFundMe raising money for Turk's treatment and for his family.
Harper's family confirms the beloved sitcom star passed away Friday, but did not disclose her cause of death.
The show confirmed Thursday on social media that Alex Trebek is “back in action" after cancer treatment.
Rocker Eddie Money, currently starring in the reality TV show Real Money on AXS TV, announced today that he has esophageal cancer. Money, age 70, will talk about the diagnosis in an episode of the show that will air on Thursday, Sept. 12 at 9:30 p.m. ET/6:30 p.m. PT. The debut marks a new night […]
While her father, Duane “Dog” Chapman, beautifully described Beth’s death on June 26 by saying she “hiked the stairway to heaven,” their 20-year-old daughter says that in reality it was far different.
The "Veep" star looks incredible on the cover of Vanity Fair’s awards season special issue — though, as she makes clear in the interview, how someone feels inside and how they look outside can be two very different things.
The family of beloved "Mary Tyler Moore Show" star Valerie Harper, who has struggled with cancer for years, is seeking donations for her medical care through a GoFundMe campaign.
Country singer Jo Dee Messina says an encounter with Jesus on her porch helped her cope with a cancer diagnosis and other personal issues.
The rocker took to Facebook to share a video message thanking those who've sent well wishes since he revealed a throat cancer diagnosis.
Marcia Cross opened up about her anal cancer diagnosis, which she recently learned may be linked to her husband's 2009 battle with throat cancer.
The Jeopardy! host, 78, who’s fighting pancreatic cancer sent a handwritten note to a fan who was also recently diagnosed with the lethal disease.
The “Grease" star wants her fans to know that despite her cancer, reports she is dying have been "greatly exaggerated."
But doctors hope the icon's death helps raise awareness of risk factors and a need for research around the disease.