Tom Hanks has Diabetes
After years of fighting a battle with high blood sugar, Tom Hanks tells the world that he has officially been discovered to have diabetes (Type 2). But he is not the only famous person on our list.
Considering how long Larry King has been a well-known face on TV, it is surprising how little his fans actually know about the tv host. King’s health problems are one example.
Paula Deen is also a sufferer. The famous chef faced much controversy after announcing to the world she had been diagnosed with diabetes (Type 2).
Halle Berry collapsed unexpectedly and went into a coma for an entire week in 1989. This signaled to her that something was seriously wrong. The actress found out later that she has diabetes.
Comic Drew Carey is another celebrity who claims to have cured this disease. He says it happened after losing about 80Lbs in about half a year with a low carb diet and lots of fitness activity.
Salma Hayek has acquired out a new identity as a spokesperson for gestational diabetes. This is a condition that can occur while you’re expecting.
Anne Rice was discovered to have this disease in 1998 after noticing problems with her health and energy levels. It’s true.
Not too long after the filmmaker graduated from university, tests showed that George Lucas had diabetes. This made him exempt from the Vietnam War draft and he made films instead.
The famous rock star hasn’t talked much about the disease over the years, but early life wasn’t easy for him. As a youngster, he was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.
Bobby Clarke is a famous leader of the Broadstreet Bullies, a great hockey team. For most of his career Clarke’s largest fight was a health-related one – diabetes.
Bret Michaels has known of his ailment since age six. Check out more health articles here.