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Zsa Zsa Gabor returns home from hospital

Zsa Zsa Gabor was released from the hospital Saturday after being treated for infections in her leg and blood, according to her husband.

The 93-year-old actress, who starred in films including "Touch of Evil" and "The Story of Three Loves," was hospitalized Friday afternoon. Doctors at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center discovered that she had an infection in her left leg and poor circulation in her right leg, said her husband, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt. Gabor also has a blood infection, Von Anhalt said.

"She's taking a lot of medicine right now," he said.

Gabor has been in poor health ever since a 2002 car accident.

-- Jason Song

 
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Cried "Wolf" again huh?

All the best to Zsa Zsa!

Zsa Zsa, you have to drink 24 ounces of liquified leafy greens and fruit a day, and do some air cycling lying on your back in bed. Best of luck to you.

I'm glad for this. I hope this is good for Tsa Tsa....God Bless You Tsa tsa...


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