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Khloe Kardashian Says Brother Rob Is Finally Taking Diabetes Diagnosis 'Seriously'

After Rob Kardashian's health crisis came to a terrifying head on Dec. 29 when the 28-year-old was rushed to the hospital and diagnosed with diabetes, the family held their breath for the troubled star.

But during an interview with Good Morning America Wednesday morning, sister Khloe Kardashian gave an update on Rob's health, assuring fans that he's on the up-and-up.

"He's doing good!" Khloe told GMA's Lara Spencer. "Yeah, he had a health scare. He got out of the hospital before the New Year. I was like, 'OK. Let's leave all that stuff then. Listen, you found out what the problem is. Let's tackle it head-on.'"

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"Everything happens for a reason, so that health scare? If that's gonna shake him up a little bit, and jump start his health journey, then great," she continued. "I'm right here for him."

"He's taking it seriously," the soon-to-be Kocktails With Khloe host said of her sibling. "Yeah, we're only 13 days into the New Year, but that's good enough for me."

Of course, on the way to New York, the Strong Looks Better Naked author experienced a scare herself, as her plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Las Vegas.

Khloe later shared that there was a minor mechanical malfunction, and that everything was "chill" when they landed. At least she made it in one piece!

Khloe Kardashian

Later in her interview, Khloe gave an update on Lamar Odom, sharing that while she still thinks of him as her "soul mate," she has no plans of getting back together at this point in time.



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