Slow Down, Mr. President

Is GEORGE BUSH recklessly rushing back into the swing of things? He slowed his % tempo dramatically after he was found to have Graves' disease, but the President, 67, has picked up the pace again, in part to head off any perception that his illness has dogged him. His doctors have okayed a packed schedule, but some aides fear that Bush may be overdoing it a bit. A member of his medical team told a colleague that doctors are unable to "get the President to sit down." Bush, whose medication is still being fine-tuned, is also having trouble sleeping. Even so,...

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