Trump in ‘Very Good Health,’ Physician Says After Annual Exam

President Trump’s health is a topic of conversation lately as his annual physical is coming up. More

President Trump’s health is a topic of conversation lately as his annual physical is coming up. More

President Donald Trump is "in very good health" and is expected to remain healthy for the duration of his presidency and beyond, his doctor declared on Friday following an annual medical checkup.

US President Donald Trump, famous for his love of fast food, does not exercise or follow his diet plan, White House staffers said ahead of his annual physical exam.

Trump did not undergo any procedures requiring sedation or anesthesia, Conley reported.

"The president received a diet and exercise plan past year after his annual physical, but the president admits he has not followed it religiously", Hogan Gidley, the principal deputy White House press secretary, told CNN.

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In January, Trump hosted the strapping athletes of America's champion college football team, the Clemson Tigers, with a mountain of hamburgers and pizzas. Conley said that the president was not sedated at any point during the examination. As of December 2017, he had spent 168 days at his golf properties since taking office, according to NBC News, but it's unclear how many days he actually spent golfing.

Specific details on Trump's weight, cholesterol levels and blood pressure were not released in a statement from White House physician Sean Conley after Conley and 11 specialists put the 72-year-old president through a battery of medical tests.

He also said of Mr Trump: "He has incredibly good genes, and it's just the way God made him". Jackson denied the allegations but eventually withdrew his nomination. He will advise the president on topics including veterans' issues, the opioid crisis and health issues at the U.S. -Mexico border. Doctors checked his eyes, ears, nose and throat, heart, lungs, gastrointestinal tract, skin, and teeth. Trump's hearing was not tested; Jackson said he ran out of time. In last year's exam, a stress test found above-average exercise capacity.

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