Why health is worth more than one opinion

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Gruelling schedules can take their toll on high level individuals as Hilary Clinton's health in last year's US election showed. Best Doctors explains why a second medical opinion can be crucial in getting people back on track quickly.

As misnomers go, the so-called ‘race for the Whitehouse' is undoubtedly up there. Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton found out the hard way that the ‘race' to become President of the United States of America, was actually more of a two-year marathon than a quick sprint. But, as dramatically demonstrated by Clinton's apparent fainting and stumble at the 9/11 Memorial Service in New York last year, punishing schedules often take their toll. Even though Clinton may not have secured the top...

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