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Emilia Clarke, Emily Blunt, Danny Bonaduce, and more stars share their health struggles

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Selma Blair, Jada Pinkett Smith, Selena Gomez, and Justin Bieber are just a few of the celebrities. Who have welcomed speaking out about continuing health difficulties and urged fans to do the same.

Actress Emilia Clarke of “Game of Thrones” disclosed in March 2019. That she experienced two potentially fatal brain aneurysms while filming the HBO show. In a July 2022 interview with BBC’s “Sunday Morning,” Clarke revealed more about the health crisis. “Considering how much of my brain is no longer functional. It’s amazing that I can speak, sometimes articulately, and live my life fully regularly with no consequences at all,” she added. I belong to the extremely, extremely, extremely small minority of people who can endure that.

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Emilia Clarke also jokingly mentioned that she had a brain scan after the aneurysms. Emilia Clarke commented, “There’s quite a bit missing, which always makes me chuckle. “Because with a stroke. The affected area of the brain effectively disappears the moment it loses blood for a little period. The blood then takes an alternative path to complete its journey, but whatever was absent is now lost.

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TOLGA AKMEN, AFP VIA GETTY IMAGES
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On July 11, Emily Blunt presided over the Freeing Voices, Changing Lives gala for the American Institute for Stuttering. Where she spoke about having a stutter and how becoming an actress helped her with speech. “People don’t talk about (stuttering) enough (and) it hasn’t gotten enough publicity,” she told People magazine.

Around age 6 or 7, according to Blunt, she started to notice her stutter. “It’s biological, frequently inherited, and not your fault. And I believe that persons who have disabilities are frequently bullied and made fun of, “She stated. Being here means a lot to me.

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ANDY KROPA, ANDY KROPA/INVISION/AP

Recently, Danny Bonaduce has been suffering an unidentified disease. On June 27, the “The Partridge Family” star opened up about his health issues for the first time on ABC News. “I was unable to move at all. I couldn’t perform anything like that, including balance, “The symptoms Bonaduce has been suffering since April were described.

While Bonaduce still does not have a clear understanding of what might have gone wrong, he claimed that following an X-ray, physicians ruled out a stroke. “I just said, “stroke,” without thinking. My dad had a stroke, and it was the same as that. I was unable to move, maintain my equilibrium, speak clearly, and I was unable to recall anything “Bonaduce clarified. And by some wonderful medical miracle, they confirmed that I had not had a stroke.

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MARK J. TERRILL/AP

Actor Cameron Mathison of “General Hospital” revealed to People magazine on June 24 that. He is receiving expert guidance from a health coach to learn more about maintaining. His health following surgery to treat kidney cancer in 2019. According to Mathison, who now works with a health coach, “I thought I knew a lot about. What I was doing in the right and wrong ways or whatever, but in the last year, I’d say, maybe 14 months, I’ve learned more about my own specific health challenges and growth than I have probably in decades before that.”

The former “All My Children” actor revealed in 2019 that he has kidney cancer, or renal cell carcinoma. He thus underwent partial nephrectomy surgery. Which a tumour is removed but only a little section of the kidney is removed.

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