White House says Trump is in 'excellent health' after physical

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Trump, for his part, told reporters Thursday about the physical, "I think it's going to go very well".

Trump was 70 when he took office on January 20, 2017, making him the oldest person ever elected to the nation's highest office.

Information from the Associated Press was included in this report. Some experts even visited Capitol Hill to talk to lawmakers about their concerns.

Physical exams for presidents have been a norm since Richard Nixon, according to ABC News, but they aren't required.

The examination at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Centre lasted several hours and was likely to measure things like Trump's blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, heart rate and weight.

It remains unclear what of Jackson's exam will be released and when that might happen.

Cognitive functions are not typically tested during a presidential physical, though such tests are advised for people Trump's age - 71 - during annual check-ups.

They can also include more detailed examinations of the heart, lungs, vision, cholesterol and blood glucose that could point to problems.

Steven Buser, a psychiatrist and a signatory on the letter, formerly served in the Air Force, where he conducted psychiatric exams on airmen, including those tasked with duties involving the nuclear arsenal. Bush, then 58, take aspirin and a statin.

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Dr. Barbara Keber, vice chair for family medicine at Northwell Health, explained that this history is key to understanding a patient's overall health.

"I'm up there using a lot of motion", he said.

Two months before the November 2016 election, Trump released a five-paragraph letter from his longtime physician, Dr. Harold Bornstein, who concluded that Trump "is in excellent physical health".

Trump appears to be overweight.

Wali said that if that score has increased, it could indicate Trump has plaque building up in his arteries, which would put him at risk of cardiovascular disease.

On the plus side, President Trump doesn't smoke and doesn't drink, a decision he says was influenced by his brother Fred. "All the signs have been getting worse", she said. "If he has diabetes, that can affect your brain, that can cause vascular dementia".

What precisely will be disclosed about the President's health isn't yet clear. That background has fueled his concern, he said. Bornstein later provided a fuller accounting of Trump's medical status, which was unveiled with considerable drama during a televised sit-down Trump had with celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz in September 2016.

"It's hard to screen for Alzheimer's at the early stages", Buchinsky said.

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