Maria Menounos is feeling great after undergoing surgery for a brain tumor.
“Life has changed completely and for the better,” she recently told Page Six ahead of the Beverly Hills Dog Show presented by Purina. “I think it’s really important for people to hear that we don’t have to do it all and we don’t need to do a million jobs and run ourselves ragged and exhaust ourselves and neglect our health. And so it’s been definitely a different way of living. A much happier way of living.”
Menounos, 40, was first diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2017, just a year after she revealed that her mother was battling a brain tumor. She had surgery in June of that year to remove the golf ball-sized mass she nicknamed Debbie.
“Mom is doing well,” she added of her mother Litsa’s health. “[My parents] were just out with me in LA for the last couple months doing different therapies, whether it was physical therapy, occupational therapy and different other things that we’re working on for some of the cognitive rehabilitation that we need for her. It was kind of like the next phase of stuff that we’re working on.”
Menounos also told us how she started to ease into a new routine for herself, saying: “I incorporated Pilates and yoga into my life … And of course, hiking with my dog and things like that oh pickleball too. I love playing pickleball!”
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