Jeffrey Epstein's death was announced on 4chan at least 30 minutes before his death was reported in the news. Epstein, 66, was found unresponsive after he hanged himself with a bedsheet in his jail cell in Lower Manhattan on August 10.
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Singer Peabo Bryson was hospitalized after suffering a heart attack at his home in Cobb County, near Atlanta. The Grammy-winning singer fell ill at his Marietta home on Saturday morning, according to a spokesperson.
A shocking video shows the moment a Brazilian supermodel collapsed and died on a catwalk during Sao Paulo Fashion Week. Tales Soares, also known as Tales Cotta, collapsed during the Ocksa fashion show on the last day of SPFW on Saturday, April 27.
The human body is 60-70% water. The brain and heart are composed of 75% water and the lungs are composed of 85% water. Dehydration is defined as water loss that exceeds the amount of water you take in.
Rapper Bow Wow was recently diagnosed with tonsillitis while on tour down under in Australia. He confused his social media followers by posting an image showing EKG lead stickies attached to his torso. One reader was prompted to ask why Bow Wow needed an EKG for a sore throat.
Actor Burt Reynolds died of a cardiac arrest in a Florida hospital on Thursday, his rep confirmed to Us Weekly magazine. He was 82.
According to WENN.com, Reynolds underwent heart surgery in 2010 and he suffered from heart problems in his declining years.
Bodybuilding icon Arnold Schwarzenegger is reportedly recovering in a cardiac intensive care unit after undergoing emergency heart surgery on Thursday, March 29, WENN.com reports.
The Terminator star had been scheduled for a catheter valve replacement at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
Rick Ross's condition has deteriorated and he is currently in a Miami hospital on heart and lung support. TMZ reports Ross, 42, is in a cardiac intensive care unit on a form of life support called ECMO or extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.
This post, originally written on Feb. 24, 2016, is being bumped up because one of my loyal readers suffered a heart attack a few days after the New Year. She requested a Medical Minute post to warn her fellow Rose Garden members about the warning signs of a heart attack.
Please heed the warning signs. Black people are at greater risk for heart attacks due to the prevalence of high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes in the black community.
It can happen to you.
#NYPD cleared me out of the ICU leaving Erica BY HERSELF WITH NO EXPLANATION ... We are at woodhull hospital. They are supposed to be bringing her out of her coma in less than an hour and the #NYPD cleared her support from the floor with no explanation.
— officialERICA GARNER (@es_snipes) December 26, 2017
The daughter of Eric Garner is in a medically-induced coma after suffering another cardiac arrest. Erica Garner, who protested against police brutality after her father died in 2014, is in critical condition at Woodhull hospital after suffered a heart attack on Saturday night.
Doctors say Erica had an enlarged heart which was discovered after she gave birth to her son in August. The 27-year-old suffered her first cardiac arrest a month after her son was born.
Erica's mother told reporters her daughter was in a medically-induced coma.
Former Mr. California, Rich Piana has died after medics found him unresponsive inside his Florida home earlier this month. He was 46.
A new heart attack study in Minneapolis found that a high number of heart attack victims weren't taking Statins -- medications that lower "bad" cholesterol in the blood. Statins also works in the liver to prevent the formation of cholesterol
The study conducted by a group of Minneapolis cardiologists reviewed 1,000 patients who suffered their first heart attacks.
TMZ triggered a wave of despair on Black Twitter when the gossip tabloid erroneously reported famed viral video chef Auntie Fee died of a massive heart attack. Hours later, TMZ published an update of Aunt Fee's condition after her family disputed the death reports on her official Facebook page.
Star Wars icon Carrie Fisher has died four days after suffering a heart attack on a flight from London to Los Angeles. She was just 60 years old.
The actress was best-known for her role as Princess Leia in the original Star Wars trilogy.
Actor and comedian Ricky Harris has died of a heart attack at age 54.
Harris died on Monday, his manager Cindy Ambers confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
Actor Alan Thicke, father of R&B singer Robin Thicke, passed away Tuesday at the age of 69. Thicke, who played Dr. Jason Seaver, the father on the 1980s TV sitcom Growing Pains, reportedly suffered a heart attack.
Afeni Shakur, the mother of the late rap legend Tupac Shakur, passed away at age 69 on Monday. She reportedly suffered a cardiac arrest at her home in Sausalito, Calif., Monday night and was pronounced dead just before 10:30 p.m. at a local hospital.
Garry Shandling died Thursday of cardiac arrest at age 66. Sources tell the NY Daily News that Shandling was experiencing shortness of breath in the days leading up to his death.
The mummified remains of Manfred Fritz Bajorat, 59, was found on board a yacht that was adrift at sea "for years".
The mummified body was found slumped in a sitting position at the controls of a radio and navigation desk inside the cabin.
A deadly blood-sucking parasite, introduced into America by Mexicans crossing the porous southern border, has infected up to 300,000 Americans -- and 300,000 more Americans are expected to be infected by year's end according to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Doctors at the CDC compare the deadly "kissing bug" disease to the virus that causes HIV/AIDS.
Joan Rivers was pronounced dead at 1:17 p.m. Thursday at a NY hospital. Her daughter, Melissa Rivers, made the announcement just moments ago.
Rivers, 81, stopped breathing while undergoing a routine outpatient endoscopy procedure at a NY clinic on August 28. The clinic is now under investigation by NY state health officials. Rivers reportedly experienced laryngospasm (tightening of the larynx) which cut off oxygen to her brain during the outpatient procedure. Doctors don't know how long her brain was deprived of oxygen.
More good news for Joan Rivers fans: the feisty 81-year-old comedian was moved out of intensive care and into a private room at Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC.
Good news for Joan Rivers fans: the 81-year-old comedian is "on the road to recovery," according to E! News. Rivers suffered respiratory and cardiac arrest during a routine outpatient endoscopy procedure last week. She was placed in a medically induced coma at Mount Sinai Hospital in NY to allow her brain to rest.
Comedian Joan Rivers is reportedly in a medically-induced coma to relieve swelling in her brain after she stopped breathing during a routine endoscopy procedure at an outpatient clinic in NY yesterday.
Rivers, 81, was reportedly undergoing a non-surgical endoscopic procedure at Yorkville Endoscopy clinic when she experienced respiratory and cardiac arrest as a result of a lack of oxygen to her brain.
According to a report on Foxnews.com, an estimated 38,000 women under age 50 suffer heart attacks each year in the United States.
Studies show that most women can't differentiate between a heart attack and indigestion.
Most women who are having a heart attack put off going to the emergency room because the symptoms are so vague. Knowing the warning signs of a heart attack can mean the difference between life and death.