Sinatra returns to the hospital

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Frank Sinatra was examined by hospital doctors Tuesday in what his publicist described as a routine examination.
The entertainer was expected to stay overnight at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and return home on Wednesday.
Sinatra, who lives in nearby Beverly Hills, spent two days undergoing undisclosed tests at Cedars-Sinai in February, nearly 13 months after he suffered a heart attack. He also spent a night at the hospital for a checkup on Jan. 24.
Sinatra has not been seen in public since the January 1997 heart attack, fueling rumors that he was frail and dying.
Reporters and TV cameras have become commonplace with each hospitalization.
His family says that reports of Sinatra’s deteriorating health are exaggerated.