Rare Nostalgia Photos That Will Take You Down Memory Lane
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Rare Nostalgia Photos That Will Take You Down Memory Lane

Before the era of social media and filters, people actually weren’t taking 20+ photos a day. Photography was quite different decades ago, and with less photos being taken, the shots we see today hold a special look and meaning that take us directly to the breezy world of nostalgia. Candid (or posed) captures were one-of-a-kind that managed to always encapsulate and represent the era they were taken in.

The King with his Queen (1969)

The King with his Queen

In this iconic shot, the 60’s most popular couple exudes their pure, Hollywood royalty with Elvis Presley reigning from his luxe leather throne while bride Priscilla stuns in her gorgeous lavender getup, relaxing on a shag carpet. Everything about this photo catapults us back in time to the lavish and bold aesthetic that was the 1960s.

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Celebrities Who Suffer From High Blood Pressure
Everybody knows who Oprah Winfrey is, but what you may not know is that the former talk show host and businesswoman has high blood pressure. Many of her issues are probably related to her yo-yoing weight, but recently she has had it under control.
Toni Braxton discovered she had high blood pressure in 2004, which is the same time she found out she also has pericarditis. The singer and actress has been able to keep her healthy going strong thanks to medication and to an active lifestyle. Recently, however, she was diagnosed with Lupus.
American Idol winner, David Cook, has also been dealing with high blood pressure since his stint on the show in 2008. After a taping in August 2008, he was rushed to the hospital due to high blood pressure. At the time, it seems his blood pressure is under control, thanks to medicine.
John Singleton, director, producer, and screenwriter, suffered a massive stroke on April 28, 2019. SIngleton was struggling with high blood pressure long before his stroke, though. His family used his death as a chance to educate and raise awareness about how many African American men and women actually suffer from high blood pressure.
Jerome Lester Horwitz, better known as Curly Howard in Three Stooges comedic trio, was diagnosed in 1945 with high blood pressure. The comedian reported feeling a decline in energy and was also diagnosed with hypertension and obesity. His health forced him to leave the comedy group a year later.