SOURCE: Made By History at The Washington Post
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Presidential illness and disability have historically functioned as a turning point from which presidents never fully recover even if their bodies and minds do.
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Once again a president has been caught misleading the public about their health. In this Donald Trump is not unique.
by Peter H.R. Green, MD
Did Kennedy have celiac disease?
by Barron Lerner
Today, immediate revelations of illness are the norm among politicians.
by Laurence Leamer
Kennedy had his own heroic qualities in his refusal to live life as a semi-invalid.
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