Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton running neck and neck

Hillary Clinton's doctor Wednesday declared her "fit to serve" as president, in a health bulletin released a day before she returns to the fray after being grounded by pneumonia at the height of the White House race.

Clinton on Sunday morning abruptly left a 9/11 memorial in NY and her campaign initially told reporters that Clinton had been "overheated".

"My overall impression is that Mrs. Clinton has remained healthy and has not developed new medical conditions this year other than a sinus and ear infection and her recently diagnosed pneumonia", Bardack wrote.

Mrs Clinton was said to be "recovering well with antibiotics and rest" after being laid low by a case of "mild, non-contagious" pneumonia over the weekend.

News of Trump's media-savvy appearance on "The Dr. Oz Show" - though it appeared to reveal little detail - flooded the USA airwaves on Wednesday, upping the pressure on Clinton to share more health data before returning to the trail Thursday with appearances in North Carolina and Washington.

Hillary Clinton will return to the campaign trail on Thursday after several days at her NY suburban home.

After the episode, the campaign announced that she had been diagnosed two days earlier with pneumonia, something that had not been made public until then.

She takes thyroid and allergy medicines and the blood thinner Coumadin, prescribed after she suffered a blood clot resulting from a 2012 concussion.

The Sept. 2-11 online poll found that 46 percent of American adults said they were "very concerned" about Clinton's use of a personal email account, while 47 percent said the same about donations from foreign governments or corporations to the Clinton Foundation.

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"She's feeling great and I think she'll be back out there tomorrow", former President Bill Clinton said Wednesday, when he stepped in for his wife at a previous scheduled campaign event in Las Vegas.

The incident also came after footage of Clinton coughing on the campaign trail fed into already existing conspiracy theories regarding her health. So far, the businessman has only released a widely mocked letter from his longtime physician declaring he would be the healthiest president in history.

Thetwo-page single-spaced letter reveals more details about Clinton's health in an effort to dispel rumors and insinuations that her medical problems are more severe than a treatable case of pneumonia.

In an ever-tightening, increasingly negative presidential campaign, a new national poll by Quinnipiac University shows Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump are virtually tied when third-party candidates are included in the race.

The issue, however, may not have as big an impact on the vote as Clinton's Republican rival Donald Trump may hope.

Bardack also disclosed that Clinton developed a sinus and ear infection in January, with increased fluid in her left ear.

Trump went on the syndicated Dr. Oz show to discuss his health -it airs today - and revealed the results of his latest checkup.

The additional information is an updated review that also gives details on Clinton's pneumonia diagnosis. Trump has since said that he would release more medical information from a physical he received last week. The condition, which sent the candidate to her doctor in January, occurred during the lead-up to the Iowa Democratic caucuses, which Clinton narrowly won on February 1.

  • Michelle Webb