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CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 12, 2016
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Dr. Jon LaPook is here, our chief CBS News medical correspondent. Jon, Pneumonia. Is that a reasonable explanation for the unsteadyness we saw in Clinton the other day? It is. Pneumonia can cause weakness and dehydration. Now, on top of that, you were standing outside in the hot weather wearing long sleeves and pants. And that's a setup for further dehydration, which could cause a drop in blood pressure and the kind of wobbly gait that we saw. How fast is somebody recover from pneumonia? Scott, ...
Reporter(s):
Charlie Rose;Major Garrett
Duration:
00:06:15

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