Donald Trump’s campaign released a note earlier this week, with his personal physician claiming he’d be the “healthiest individual elected to the presidency” if he becomes the leader of the U.S. While we’ve had some athletic, healthy presidents (John Quincy Adams was known for swimming the Potomac at 5 a.m. every day, Teddy Roosevelt was an active outdoorsman and boxer), unfortunately the stress of being the country’s leader negatively affected our presidents’ health more often than not. Lots of our Commander in Chiefs were heavy drinkers, and many used tobacco as well. Some suffered from war wounds and others diseases.

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