Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton released more medical documentation on Wednesday after her stumble during a 9/11 anniversary ceremony in New York caused speculation about her health to reach a new heights.
Clinton's physician Dr. Lisa Bardack released a statement calling the 68-year-old candidate "healthy" despite receiving a diagnosis ofmild, non-contagious bacterial pneumonia on Friday.
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"She is recovering well with antibiotics and rest," Bardack wrote in Wednesday's letter. "She continues to remain healthy and fit to serve as president of the United States."
Clinton was prescribed Levaquinfor the infection, her doctor wrote. She also statedthe first female presidential nominee takes medication for an under-active thyroid, the blood thinner Coumadin, allergy medication and vitamin B12 as needed.
"The remainder of [Clinton's] complete physical exam was normal and she is in excellent mental condition," Bardack wrote.
Clinton and Donald Trump are two of the oldest candidates for POTUS in U.S. history,according to the LA Times.
Clinton's campaign also releasedmedical documentationfor Clinton's runningmate, Tim Kaine, which referred to his"excellent health" and suggested headd a vitamin D supplement.