Dr. Ronny Jackson speaks to reporters about US President Trump's health at the White House, in Washington D.C., January 16, 2018. Photo: AP
Washington (People's Daily) - During a briefing at the White House Tuesday afternoon, it was announced that US President Donald Trump's health was in “excellent” condition.
Trump's medical records from his recent physical examination returned positive confirming the 71-year-old to be in good health. But exercise, weight loss, and better eating habits will be a priority for 2018.
Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson, MD, is the president's personal physician.
“Overall, he has very, very good health,” Jackson told reporters during a one-hour press conference on Trump's recent physical exam.
The doctor reminded reporters that Trump has never used tobacco or alcohol, indicating a few reasons for his good condition.
Trump takes medications such as Crestor, Aspirin, Propecia, and two others to maintain his health.
Jackson suggested “diet, exercise, and weight loss” to the president who weighs 239 pounds.
Trump's first physical exam as the US president was last Friday and took four hours.
US media has reported that Trump enjoys fast food and drinking diet soda.