Medicine: President's Health

Last week the White House secretariat told the correspondents and the correspondents told the country that President Roosevelt was in fine health. Under the trained eye of Lieut.-Commander Ross T. McIntire of the U. S. Naval Hospital in Washington, the President paddles in the White House swimming pool for 30 minutes practically every day between 5:30 and 6 p. m. In addition the President follows a system of calisthenics intended to re-educate his paralyzed leg muscles.

Although cheered the nation began to take anxious note of the haggard lines that eleven terrific months in...

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