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Justin Bieber scraps world tour over health issues

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revealing he'd been diagnosed with a syndrome that caused him partial facial paralysis.

Sadly many people were hit with the same rare syndrome last year. The once very rare syndrome is suddenly becoming quite common.

To make matters worse, his young wife suffered a stroke caused by blood clots at around the same time.

Doctors are baffled as to what caused such a young person to develop a stroke.

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Tattoo ink poisoning?

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He is a good looking man!

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Sadly many people were hit with the same rare syndrome last year. The once very rare syndrome is suddenly becoming quite common.

To make matters worse, his young wife suffered a stroke caused by blood clots at around the same time.

Doctors are baffled as to what caused such a young person to develop a stroke.

Yes, it's very strange how all these young people started having health problems in 2021, isn't it? If you look a local news there are always stories of people dying suddenly and things like that: https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/superfit-scots-doctor-dies-after-27891460

Anyway, hopefully Mr Bieber and his wife make a full recovery in short order and doctors get to the bottom of what caused their problems.

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My friend had this health issue a few years ago, but recovered not long after. She was very stressful while handling her divorced parents affairs. And she's the only child.

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This falls in the category of "What if they canceled a tour and nobody over the age of 20 cared? Would it still make a noise in the forest?"

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Because nothing says "down to earth" like a pink stocking cap.... In Summer.....

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Yes, it's very strange how all these young people started having health problems in 2021, isn't it? If you look a local news there are always stories of people dying suddenly and things like that: https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/superfit-scots-doctor-dies-after-27891460

’All these young people’

Provides link of a 46 year old dying of a heart attack while triathlon training.

Local news has stories of ‘people dying suddenly and things like that’.

Whatever you are investigating, I think it’s case closed.

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Sadly many people were hit with the same rare syndrome last year. The once very rare syndrome is suddenly becoming quite common.

This is absolutely untrue. It is a very rare illness and there have been no sudden increases in case numbers in recent years.

If you have information to prove otherwise do share it.

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Doctors are far from baffled, and know exactly what caused Ms. Bieber's stroke. A hole in her heart from birth, commencing birth control pills while having a history of migraines (a no-no, apparently) a lot of travel in a short amount of time, and, of course, an attack of Covid-19. Put them all together, and you've got trouble.

Wow, it's almost like there is an actual reason besides whatever wild conspiracy theory the anti-vaxxers are peddling this week!

And a big thank you to BigYen for the facts.

(I still cannot stand this entitled little twerp though...)

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My nice in-law and her friends bought tickets to see him in November. Oh well! I hope Justin gets better.

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Smart move. The agents push these performers too much.

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It's way past the time that someone told him him that he looks like a complete pillock with his tats, pink hat and sunglasses.

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Drugs, tats, jabs, god knows what else. Those things catch up to you.

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Drugs, tats, jabs, god knows what else. Those things catch up to you.

Yup, all of them not good, tats especially. Just the worst.

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Drugs, tats, jabs, god knows what else. Those things catch up to you.

All the old rockers are prime examples

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