Amanda Bynes thinks of new ways to surprise people with her actions. This time the troubled actress was seen jumping on trampolines in Buffalo, New York. She was spotted by many people in Buffalo who were at the bounce class at SkyZone.
TMZ reported that Bynes signed in using her middle name and she appeared messy, wandering aimlessly for a while before she started bouncing and having a nice time for an hour.
Angelina Jolie might have made a life altering decision undergoing double mastectomy that has increased her life greatly but her aunt Debbie Martin couldn't survive the battle of breast cancer and died at the age of
61. Martin was in a San Diego hospital when she lost her life and the news was confirmed by her husband Ron Martin.
"The Real Housewives of New York City's" star Bethenny Frankel might be going through a difficult time in her life with an ongoing divorce but she found a way to be happy with her 2 year old daughter Bryn over the weekend. Frankel has been training with Tracy Anderson and she didn't shy away from flashing her fit bod in various bikinis on her weekend getaway in Miami.
Georgina Chapman and Harvey Weinstein welcomed their first son on 11 April in new York City. A representative for the film producer confirmed the news to Us Weekly. The movie tycoon and co-founder of Marchesa are parents to 2 year old daughter India Pearl. 61 year old Weinstein has three daughters from his previous marriage to Eve Chilton- Emma, Lily and Ruth.
A new study has found the problem of cold sores linked to cognitive problems and has revealed that the risk is elevated in women.
The study has found that people with higher levels of infection in their blood were at higher risk of developing cognitive problems. The study was published in the journal Neurology. It avowed that people exposed to pathogens like herpes simplex type 1 virus over the years were more likely to suffer mental conditions.
With almost all states in the US falling in the grip of a severe influenza outbreak, New York Governor declared a public health emergency on Saturday and allowed pharmacists to give flu shots to children as young as six months.
So far this season, New York has registered around 20,000 cases of flu. The figure is drastically up from a total of 4,400 flu cases registered in the last year’s flu season.