My 600 Lb Life star Sean Milliken, who made his debut as one of the heaviest people to ever appear on the show at the time, has passed away at the age of 29. But how did Sean Milliken die? According to Sean's father, the cause was an infection stemming from a recent operation Sean underwent. Read on for the full details.
Category: Medical Emergencies
My 600 Lb Life's Gideon Yeakley has been hospitalized after a frightening collapse, and doctors still aren't sure what's wrong with the Season 4 star. Gideon's wife Kayleigh has been offering regular updates on her husband's condition; read on for the latest...
My 600 Lb Life Season 5 cast member James King was, at the time, the heaviest person ever featured on the show. And not long after James' episode aired, he was rushed to the ICU with kidney failure, cirrhosis, and other life-threatening issues. But the latest My 600 Lb Life James K update is something of a positive one.
A number of unconfirmed reports suggest that Dutchess from Black Ink Crew -- whose real name is Cristana Lattimore -- was allegedly responsible for a major multi-car accident that left one man dead and another with serious injuries.
Tuesday Abby Lee Miller underwent emergency surgery to treat what doctors at the time thought was an infection. Now her doctor confirms that preliminary results reveal the Dance Moms star's life-threatening symptoms are a result of cancer. Dr. Hooman M. Melamed confirmed to People that Miller has non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
It's a natural question when you're talking about a wilderness survival show: Have there been any Naked and Afraid deaths? The show, which returns for its 9th season on March 11, has had several close calls, and one especially gruesome encounter -- read on for the details...
Alaska: The Last Frontier's Shane Kilcher was recently in a horrible homesteading accident and fractured a vertebra. Though news of Shane's health remains scarce, there've been a handful of updates from other members of the Kilcher family, and his overall outlook seems to be good!
Atz Lee Kilcher may have recovered from his horrifying hiking accident, but the Alaska: The Last Frontier star isn't quite ready to put it behind him. Atz is suing the resort where his accident took place, claiming that negligence on its part led to his 20+ broken bones.