News reports the 77-year-old game show host underwent brain surgery to remove blood clots on December 16 at Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and is now recuperating.
As are we. Come back soon, Alex!
As the 77-year-old noted in a short video posted on YouTube, "I had a slight medical problem ― subdural hematoma ― blood clots on his brain caused by a fall I endured about two months ago".
No timetable for when he'll be back on the air.
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You should then dispose of the tissues in a bin and wash your hands regularly with soap and warm water. Scotland Health Care System is instituting visitor restrictions beginning on Wednesday.
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In fact, this dense fog envelope would be responsible for a drop in the maximum temperatures over Delhi-NCR. This comes a day after over 350 flights flying out of Delhi were either suspended or delayed.
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Rosie Majka, of Eldersburg, also said the event was great for kids who won't be able to stay up late to ring in the new year. The event at Durham Museum is created to ring in the new year with fun, but the museum also wants to keep traditions alive.
In a video message, Trebek thanked fans for their concern as word of his surgery spread.
Jeopardy! debuted as a daytime show in 1964, and ran until 1975.
Because of "Jeopardy's" long lead time in taping, the only change to the show's on-air schedule will be the shift of its College Championship episodes from March to April. The broadcast date is listed for the following month. Then again, in 2015, he had carried out his hosting duties while being seated after getting a full knee replacement.