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Maya Angelou recovering following hospitalization

One of Maya Angelou’s doctors says the poet and author is recovering at her North Carolina home following a brief hospitalization. Dr. Jeff Williamson of the Wake Forest School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, N.C., says in a letter dated Tuesday that, as leader of Angelou’s medical team, he has ordered the 85-year-old to forego travel for the next three to four weeks. The letter was sent to Angelou’s speaker’s bureau, MacRae Speakers & Entertainment LLC, a company based in Pembroke.

No split says Osbourne

Sharon Osbourne says she and husband Ozzy aren’t splitting. Osbourne addressed recent rumors of their family problems on Tuesday’s edition of ‘‘The Talk.’’ She told viewers she had not been aware of her husband’s relapse into prescription drug and alcohol abuse, which he made public in a Facebook post last week. She says she is ‘‘devastated’’ by their struggles, but she added that the couple has dealt with worse before. She blinked back tears as she said, ‘‘This, too, shall pass.’’

Rock solid

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“Surgery a success! Dr repaired 3 hernial tears (fun pain). Superman is on the mend.” — Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, who was injured in a WrestleMania bout with John Cena, in a tweet on Tuesday.

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