Here’s where it gets extremely predictable: It might have to do with that time Trump appeared on Dr. Oz’s show and the doctor said he agreed with that bizarre letter allegedly written by Trump’s personal doctor, Windows XP aficionado Harold Bornstein, proclaiming that he would be “the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency.” It later turned out Trump dictated the letter to Bornstein, but the appearance on The Dr. Oz Show helped the president launder his self-written health review with the aid of an additional medical professional. All of this was happening right around the same time his campaign opponent, Hillary Clinton, was visibly experiencing some health issues.
As noted by New York, Trump recently renamed the council to emphasize sports over nutrition, a middle finger to Michelle Obama’s healthy eating initiatives and possibly some sort of confused appeal to sports-loving voters. A number of other appointees to the council were once contestants on The Apprentice, the magazine wrote:
Among those who once “worked” for Trump on NBC and will now “work” for Trump on this largely ceremonial panel are former Yankees and Red Sox outfielder Johnny Damon, bodybuilder and Incredible Hulk actor Lou Ferrigno, former NFL running back Herschel Walker, and pro golfer Natalie Gulbis.
The fix for Shivam’s declining vision, it turns out, was remarkably simple.
He needed glasses.
More than 1 billion people around the world need eyeglasses but don’t have them, researchers say, an affliction long overlooked on lists of public-health priorities. Some estimates put that figure closer to 2.5 billion people. They include thousands of nearsighted Nigerian truck drivers who strain to see pedestrians darting across the road and middle-aged coffee farmers in Bolivia whose inability to see objects up close makes it hard to spot ripe beans for harvest.
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