Why do you think Hillary Clinton’s health has taken a turn for the worse?
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Health officials say the U.S. presidential candidate’s health is in a “toxic” state after a week in which she was treated at a hospital in Iowa and a nurse practitioner at a New Hampshire hospital.
The Associated Press reported Tuesday that the two patients were treated at the University of Iowa and New Hampshire Hospital.
A nursing assistant at the New Hampshire facility, however, was charged Monday with two counts of endangering the welfare of a patient.
Both were released on their own recognizance and are being held at the Polk County jail, where a court date has not been set.
Clinton was treated Monday at the Jefferson Medical Center, which is in Jefferson, Iowa.
She was treated by Dr. Andrew F. Johnson, a registered nurse at the Iowa hospital.
Johnson is accused of giving Clinton a sedative that has been banned from use by some nursing homes in the U, as well as a sedating medication that is not permitted in nursing homes.
Both medications were administered by Drs.
Mary Ann Zalaznick and Mary Beth Stinebrenner, a nurse practitioners at the hospital, the AP reported.
Zalaznik and Stinebrrenner were not immediately available for comment Tuesday.
The nursing assistants are facing charges stemming from the Jan. 6 incident.
Johnson was arrested and released on $1 million bond, while Stineblenner remained jailed on a $100,000 bond.
Health officials say the U.S. presidential candidate’s health is in a “toxic” state after a week in which she was…
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