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Betty Ford

Betty Ford: Shining a Light on Addiction

Sara Bellum
August 10, 2011

You might have heard the news that former first lady Betty Ford recently died at the age of 93. Many of you reading this might never have heard of Betty Ford; after all, she became First Lady way back in 1974. Read More »

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Singer

Back to "Rehab" for Amy Winehouse?

Sara Bellum
July 06, 2011

Many of you probably heard that the European tour just launched by the talented Amy Winehouse has been canceled after fans watched the diva stumble under the lights in Serbia. Read More »

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Photo of a young man diagramming the effects of tobacco on the body.

With Announcement on Giving Up "Dip," Washington Nationals' Stephen Strasburg's Pitches Hit Home

Sara Bellum
June 14, 2011

After major league Hall of Famer Tony Gwynne of the San Diego Padres was diagnosed with parotid cancer, or cancer of the salivary gland, Washington Nationals’ pitcher Stephen Strasburg announced his decision to give up smokeless tobacco, Read More »

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Celebrity

Celebs & Drugs: A Cycle of Arrests & Rehab

Sara Bellum
September 30, 2010

SBB was sad to see that celebrities Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan got arrested again for drug possession and drug use. Read More »

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Kerri Strug

Real Athletes Break Records Not Rules

Sara Bellum
April 01, 2010

“You can do it!” and a sprained ankle were what Olympic gymnast, Kerri Strug, took with her to the mat as she landed the vault to help win Team USA’s first women’s gymnastics gold medal at the 1996 Olympics. Read More »

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