Blogged By: De De Tillman
Source:;The Boombox – Sarah Chazan
Posted: Friday March 2, 2012 @ 7:35 P.M P
According to The Boombox, Nick Cannon 31, has an undiagnosed condition similar to Lupus In an interview with PEOPLE Magazine, the star reveals his kidney failure was a result of an “autoimmune disease that [doctors] found in my system.” Subsequently, the blood clots that formed were directly connected to his kidney infection.
“It’s a lot of stuff,” Cannon tells PEOPLE. “But it’s all in order now. They kind of say [my] autoimmune [disease] is … like a Lupus type of thing, but no one else in my family has it.”
For Cannon, discovering the root of his health problems is the final key to changing his life. Now, Nick is focused on the well-being of his body, mind and soul. “The blood clot thing was probably the scariest because … I’ve known people who have passed away from that,” he says. “I’m just trying to make sure I put my health first.”
Despite the fact that Cannon’s new condition is “something I’m going to be living with all my life,” the star is focusing on the positive. “I feel blessed to be alive,” Nick shares. “If it wasn’t discovered, I don’t know [what would have happened].”
Blogged By: De De Tillman; Celebrity Blogger
Source:Yahoo – AFP
Posted: Friday March 2, 2012 @ 7:00 P.M PST
According to AFP, Prince Harry 27, landed in Belize on Friday on the first stop of a tour of the Caribbean and Central America to mark his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, a palace official said.
Harry landed at Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport near Belize City at around 4:30 pm (2230 GMT), a spokeswoman for the prince’s Clarence House residence told AFP.
Making his first solo tour, the third in line to the British throne will also visit the Bahamas and Jamaica on the seven-day trip before travelling to Brazil on March 9 on behalf of the British government.
“The Prince is hugely looking forward to representing the Queen and he will bring his own brand of enthusiasm and energy to every event,” said Harry’s private secretary Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton.
He added that the tour of the three countries, which all have the queen as head of state, reflected “Harry’s wish to pay personal tribute to his grandmother the queen, but also to spend time wherever possible with young people in all three countries”.
The prince’s tour is one of several being made by British royals in 2012 as part of celebrations marking sixty years of Elizabeth II’s reign..
In Belize, Harry will meet the governor-general and attend a street party, while in Jamaica he hopes to race against the world’s fastest man Usain Bolt when he visits the sprinter’s training track in Kingston.
He will also meet Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Minister, who wants the Caribbean nation to drop the queen as head of state.