I have stated before, I dislike and do not trust the man personally ...
same with Hillary!!!

I do not believe either of them can get anything done unless Congress
changes too!!!

On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 7:03 PM, Keith In Tampa <keithinta...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> What specific policy is it that you disagree with that Donald Trump
> advocates?
>
>
> On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 5:29 PM, Brian Bednarek <bri...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> I feel they are, but then again the current President is younger than me
>> and I do not feel he did a good job!!! Time for middle age people to run
>> the country!!!
>>
>> On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 9:15 AM, Travis <baconl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
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>>>
>>> *Are Clinton and Trump too old to be in the White House?
>>> <http://nypost.com/2016/09/13/doctors-detail-what-could-be-ailing-old-timers-clinton-and-trump/>*
>>>
>>> By Molly Shea <http://nypost.com/author/molly-shea/>
>>>
>>> September 13, 2016 | 1:31am
>>>
>>> [image: health_clinton_trump_duo1b]
>>>
>>> Modal Trigger
>>> <http://nypost.com/2016/09/13/doctors-detail-what-could-be-ailing-old-timers-clinton-and-trump/?utm_source=maropost&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nypdaily&utm_content=20160913>
>>>  [image:
>>> Are Clinton and Trump too old to be in the White House?]
>>>
>>> Hillary Clinton, 68, had a health scare during Sunday's 9/11 memorial.
>>> Meanwhile, Donald Trump, 70, pledged to release his medical records. Photo:
>>> Justin Sullivan/Getty Images; EPA/Jim Lo Scalzo
>>>
>>> Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump may not have much in common when it
>>> comes to policies and demeanor. But they do share one defining
>>> characteristic: They’re both squarely in senior-citizen territory.
>>>
>>> Trump turned 70 this summer, while Clinton will turn 69 on Oct. 26. That
>>> makes them the oldest presidential nominees to go head to head in an
>>> election year, and if Trump wins, he’ll be the oldest first-term president
>>> in history (Clinton, if elected, will be the second-oldest, after Ronald
>>> Reagan).
>>>
>>> But while both candidates pack decades of experience, their age may not
>>> be a bonus when it comes to health. Clinton made news on Sunday when
>>> she appeared to collapse at a 9/11 memorial event
>>> <http://nypost.com/2016/09/11/hillary-clinton-has-medical-episode-at-911-ceremony/>
>>> — which her campaign first blamed on the heat, then on a bout of
>>> walking pneumonia
>>> <http://nypost.com/2016/09/11/hillary-clinton-was-diagnosed-with-pneumonia-on-friday/>
>>> .
>>>
>>> All of which raises the question: What should a person’s health look
>>> like at 70 years old?
>>>
>>> It’s a tricky question to answer, partly because a 70-year-old today is
>>> different from a 70-year-old in 1916, or even 1966.
>>>
>>> “We’re healthier [at 70] now than we ever have been in human history,”
>>> says Steven Austad, Ph.D., a professor at University of Alabama at
>>> Birmingham and the scientific director of the American Federation for
>>> Aging Research <http://www.afar.org/>. Plus, the more years we rack up,
>>> the more different from others in our age group we become. “All
>>> 20-year-olds are pretty much the same, but [all] 70-year-olds are not,” he
>>> adds.
>>>
>>> On average, he says, upper-class septuagenarians are much more likely to
>>> be healthy and live longer than those in the middle or lower class. And
>>> lifestyle decisions made over the years — salad or fries? jog or TV? —
>>> start to show more than ever once you pass 65.
>>>
>>> But there is some common ground when it comes to turning 70. Here’s what
>>> experts say to expect.
>>>
>>> *Immune system declines*
>>>
>>> “Every one of our functions declines at about 5 percent every 10 years,”
>>> says Dr. Michael Roizen, chief wellness officer at Cleveland Clinic
>>> <http://my.clevelandclinic.org/>.
>>>
>>> That includes the immune system, which becomes less sensitive to
>>> allergens as you pass 65. But it’s also less aggressive when fighting off
>>> illness.
>>>
>>> ‘Every one of our functions declines at about 5 percent every 10 years.’
>>>
>>>  - Dr. Michael Roizen of the Cleveland Clinic
>>>
>>> “After 65, your immune system doesn’t react as well,” says Roizen. That
>>> means viruses that wouldn’t have been particularly dangerous earlier in
>>> life, such as the flu, carry a bigger risk. Exercise and other healthy
>>> lifestyle choices can slow the immune system’s decline, but can’t stop it.
>>>
>>> *Higher risk of heart disease & stroke*
>>>
>>> Because plaque builds up in arteries over time, people are more
>>> vulnerable to heart attacks and strokes in their 70s than in their 60s, and
>>> that vulnerability continues to increase over time.
>>>
>>> Thankfully, effective treatments can now combat these conditions: “If
>>> you look at President Eisenhower — who developed hypertension — he
>>> [suffered from] a stroke [and] heart attack because we didn’t have
>>> medications [back then] to decrease plaque,” says Roizen.
>>>
>>> ‘If you look at President Eisenhower — who developed hypertension — he
>>> [suffered from] a stroke [and] heart attack because we didn’t have
>>> medications [back then] to decrease plaque.’
>>>
>>>  - Dr. Michael Roizen
>>>
>>> *Bones lose density*
>>>
>>> Osteoporosis becomes a bigger concern once men and women enter their
>>> 70s, and they’re at a greater risk of breaking their bones from a fall than
>>> their younger cohorts. Plus, declining eyesight and balance throughout
>>> one’s 70s can lead to more falls.
>>>
>>> *Memory may falter*
>>>
>>> “Your chances of getting Alzheimer’s doubles every five years after 65,”
>>> Austad says. And, in the 70s, a diagnosis means a serious jump in a
>>> person’s risk of mortality — 61 percent of those with Alzheimer’s at 70 are
>>> expected to die before age 80, as opposed to 30 percent of those without
>>> Alzheimer’s, according to the Alzheimer’s Association
>>> <http://www.alz.org/>.
>>>
>>> *Friends can help combat stress*
>>>
>>> Connections with friends and community become even more essential in
>>> one’s 70s. “You can take as many vitamins as possible, but without a sense
>>> of purpose and meaning, you will age faster,” says Lawrence T. Force,
>>> Ph.D., director of the Center on Aging and Policy
>>> <http://www.msmc.edu/About_MSMC/centers/center_for_aging_and_policy> at
>>> Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, NY.
>>>
>>> Having friends, confidants and purpose can stave off stress that can
>>> lead to hypertension, says Roizen — a common malady for past stress-addled
>>> presidents.
>>>
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