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Artist Who Lost All Memories Puts His Life Back Together with the Help of Art and Instagram

Artist Who Lost All Memories Puts His Life Back Together with the Help of Art and Instagram

Originally posted 04/26/2015 02:20PM

In October of last year – right before his 25th birthday – Joe Miller suffered a stroke that left him on life support for 17 days and in a coma for another two weeks. When he woke up, he couldn't move or speak. He'd lost roughly 95 percent of his memories, and the only person he could recognize was his mother. Miller remembers virtually nothing from his childhood or high school experience, and only when he began looking back at photos on his Instagram and the paintings he'd done, could he begin piecing back together his life – and start fresh. Here's his incredible story, in his own words.

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Princess Kate's Hospital Closes Off Surgical Ward to New Patients After Superbug Breakout

The Royals

Princess Kate's Hospital Closes Off Surgical Ward to New Patients After Superbug Breakout

Originally posted 04/26/2015 11:25AM

Can't get enough of William, Kate, George and Baby No. 2? Subscribe now for an inside look at all things royals – and to receive an exclusive royal gift!

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Andrea Yates' Ex-Husband Says He Doesn't 'Blame Her' for Drowning Their 5 Children

Originally posted 04/24/2015 03:00PM

Almost 14 years after Andrea Yates drowned her five children in a bathtub, her ex-husband Rusty Yates is speaking out on the tragedy in a new interview with Oprah Winfrey – and PEOPLE has the exclusive first look.

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Dr. Oz Defends Himself Against Columbia Doctors: My Talk Show Is Not a 'Medical Show'

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Dr. Oz Defends Himself Against Columbia Doctors: My Talk Show Is Not a 'Medical Show'

Originally posted 04/24/2015 08:30AM

The battle between Dr. Mehmet Oz and the medical community continued on Friday morning as Oz addressed the concerns of Columbia University faculty members on the Today show.

Unlike the 10 physicians led by Dr. Henry Miller who called for Oz's dismissal from the university at which he is a vice-chair and professor for the department of surgery, eight members of Columbia's faculty were more measured in an op-ed written in USA Today Thursday in which they suggested that, perhaps, Oz begin adding the following disclaimer to his show: "The opinions expressed on this program may not be evidence-based or part of accepted medical practice and have no endorsement from Columbia University."

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Two-Dozen High School Students Injured After Stage Collapses in Indiana

Originally posted 04/24/2015 07:25AM

Two-dozen students were injured on Thursday after a stage collapsed during a concert at Indiana's Westfield High School.

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Cobie Smulders: I Was Diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer at 25

Mom of 2 Cobie Smulders Reveals Her Battle with Ovarian Cancer

Originally posted 04/23/2015 09:55PM

At age 25, Cobie Smulders was riding the success of her hit sitcom How I Met Your Mother's third season. But privately, she was fighting a secret battle: The actress had been diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

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Supermodel Helena Christensen Poses Topless for French Magazine, Says She Has 'Never Followed Any Diet'

Supermodel Helena Christensen Poses Topless for French Magazine, Says She Has 'Never Followed Any Diet'

Originally posted 04/23/2015 04:35PM

It's nearly impossible to believe that Helena Christensen is nearing the big 5-0.

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Woman Finds Out Her Headaches Were Actually Caused by the 'Evil Twin' Growing Inside Her Brain

Originally posted 04/23/2015 04:10PM

A 26-year-old woman who underwent surgery in Los Angeles to remove a brain tumor was shocked to learn that what had actually been causing her symptoms was her embryonic twin, buried deep in her brain.

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