The health of a president can change the attitude of a nation -- or the course, if he dies. Take a look at how healthy some of our past leaders were.
George W. Bush (2001-2009) ran an average of 12 miles every week throughout most of 2001. A torn meniscus caused him to cut back on his running, so he favored long-distance cycling instead.
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