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"All presidents develop severe medical issues, and no one defies the odds in office," said Michael Roizen, a Cleveland Clinic internist who has studied the medical records of every president since Calvin Coolidge, who served from 1923 to 1929.
After reviewing the documents, which are public records, Roizen concluded that the country’s leader ages an average of two years for every year he serves in office.
That means Obama’s two-term predecessor, George W. Bush - who entered the White House in 2001 at age 54 - left office eight years later with the physiological age of a man of about 70.
LANCASTER, Ohio — About 65 children attending summer camp at the Robert K. Fox Family Y were told Tuesday to lower their bathing suits so counselors could visually inspect the suits after feces was found in the swimming pool.