She had "walking" pneumonia, not a cold, and it was not contagious because she 
was taking antibiotics. 



 ---In, <> wrote :

 According to what I've read, "walking pneumonia" is contagious, but it's not a 
serious threat to your health, if treated. She may have had a simple cold.

 Walking Pneumonia
 Walking Pneumonia WebMD explains 
what walking pneumonia is, how it is transmitted, and how to prevent catching 
this infectious type of pneumonia.

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---In, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 The pneumonia wasn't contagious. 

 Her doctor's medical update letter was released on September 14, so there's no 
reason for anybody to misstate the facts.







 ---In, <> wrote :

 She probably should have seen a doctor weeks ago because walking pneumonia is 
contagious, according to what I've read.

---In, <awoelflebater@...> wrote :

 Not really. Do your research. 
---In, <> wrote :

 Hillary has the fastest Pneumonia recovery in history!
 A person with pneumonia usually begins to improve after three to five days of 
antibiotic treatment. Improvement may be defined as feeling better or having 
fewer symptoms, such as cough and fever. Fatigue and a persistent but milder 
cough can last for one month or longer, although most people are able to resume 
their usual activities within seven days. 
---In, <mdixon.6569@...> wrote :

 Right, she wasn't just *over heated and dehydrated*, she has friggen 
pneumonia. Just another lie and cover up when her health has become an issue, 
and still is.
 Kind of like, *I didn't send or receive any classified e-mails, I turned over 
*all* of my E-mails, even though they were only about wedding plans and yoga 
 *Benghazi was caused by a video.* She's a freaking liar.

 From: "authfriend@... [FairfieldLife]" <>
 Sent: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 9:00 PM
 Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: Hillary's doctor
   Guess you missed the news that she had pneumonia, huh? Not a serious case, 
but enough to make her more vulnerable to the heat (she was wearing a Kevlar 
vest) and dehydration. Dizziness is a common effect of dehydration, BTW.



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