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March 10, 2005

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Maradona Back Home After Stomach Stapling

March 10, 2005 04:32:27 GMT

Argentina's former World Cup winning captain, Diego Maradona checked out of Cartagena's Medihelp clinic, Colombia on Wednesday March 9, 2005 at 5:30 in the morning, after having stomach stapling, also known as a gastric bypass surgery, reduces the stomach's capacity for holding food and bypasses part of the small intestine, forcing individuals to eat less.
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Tarantino to Write and Direct Friday the 13th

March 10, 2005 04:02:14 GMT

Quentin Tarantino tries to change his direction from bloody movies to a full-on horror picture. Hollywood Reporter trade paper reported on Tuesday that the film maker has in loved with the idea of playing with such an iconic figure the long-running Friday the 13th horror offers him.
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Stallone Launches his Own Brand Pudding

March 10, 2005 03:34:43 GMT

Actor Sylvester Stallone has shown his awareness to make better American diets, whom he suggested to snack the sugar-free chocolate mousse in a can. As a solution of the many unhealthy foods sold in the market and to help people to find like so-called wholesome food that doesn't need much time to prepare, he promotes his own brand of high protein dessert.
News > Music News

Simpson and Lachey Recording New Albums

March 10, 2005 02:59:07 GMT

After taking time out to make movies and star in the reality TV show, newlyweds Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey are back to music. They are both recording new albums that will soon be released.
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'Massacre' Tops Billboard Chart

March 10, 2005 02:29:46 GMT

50 Cent has come to its career-best as 'The Massacre' album, which sales began five days early to thwart pirates, went top of the Billboard 200, selling an astonishing 1.14 million copies in just four days after its release. "Candy Shop" of the album was number one and "Disco Inferno" was number five, while his collaboration with the Game on "Ho We Do" was number four.
 
 
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