Remember the show Real Chance of Love that came on VH1? Well brother Real is now in the hospital and diagonsed with stage four cancer! The trouble started back in January when he thought that he had the flu. Things continued to get worse and doctors said something was wrong with his liver. But instead it has turned to this… Read More »
The owner of the Los Angeles Lakers, Jerry Buss, died this morning at age 79. He was hospitalized at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in LA the past few months and has lost the battle to cancer. Read More »
Q Parker from R&B super group 112 is ready to get back in theÂ music scene and this time he will doing it solo. The year 2012 will definitely be the year of Mr. Parker as he readies his first solo debut album titled The MANual as well as a new 2012 Fitness Calendar. His new album is preparing for a Spring 2012 release and he wants the world to know that he is back! Check inside for more details on his new album and photos from his steamy fitness calendar. Read More »
Directed by Mario Van Peebles, the film All Things Fall Apart has been picked up by Image Entertainment to be distributed across the United States. What does this mean? 50 Cent will be hitting a silver screen near you! Originally slated to go straight to DVD, the film will be released theatrically in early 2012. The film shouldn’t be expected in every theatre, but it will be around. Read More »
A recent study of hot dogs show that they are responsible for causing colorectal cancer in 143,000 Americans a year and kills about 50,000 of them. Some studies link the cancer to nitrates found in hot dogs, sausages, bacon, ham, cold cuts and other processed meats cause genetic mutations in cells and cause cancer; while others are not sure if itâ€™s the nitrates, saturated fat or another ingredient. A number of groups want warning labels similar to those found on cigarettes. Prostate cancer, ovarian cancer and leukemia also have increased occurrences in people who eat processed meat everyday. Will the risk of cancer stop you from eating hot dogs?
Wet kisses from manâ€™s best friend could soon be showing us more than love. Researchers have found that the DNA on Fidoâ€™s tongue could be the key to new treatments for rare cancers in both humans and dogs. The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) and the Van Andel Research Institute (VARI), developed the Canine Hereditary Cancer Consortium, to understand why people and their pets get sick. Read More »