Hillary Clinton continues her treatment at New York Presbyterian Hospital after news broke of a frightening health development, and her daughter Chelsea Clinton has been spending time by her side. Hillary, 65, has had many worried about the clot near her brain, and it seems her daughter is understandably distraught over the situation. Jan. 1 the Daily News shared the latest information on Hillary's condition and Chelsea's determination to support her mother through this health crisis.
The Daily News shared that Chelsea Clinton was spotted leaving New York Presbyterian Monday after visiting her mother, but she did not interact with any media at the hospital. Hillary Clinton is expected to remain in the hospital for another day or two, and doctors anticipate she will make a full recovery. The blood clot near her brain is said to be rare and dangerous, and it was found during a routine MRI. The blood clot did not cause neurological damage or a stroke, as luckily it was caught early and should not cause problems for the secretary of state.
Hillary Clinton has struggled with health issues lately, having suffered an extreme bout of the flu not long ago, and she also suffered a concussion after a recent fall. Doctors do not know if either of those incidents contributed to the blood clot. The Daily News shares that Clinton is unlikely to face any activity restrictions going forward as a result of the blood clot.
Despite looking understandably distraught as she left the hospital, Chelsea Clinton's Twitter page had a positive update for her followers on Monday. She posted, “Thank you to all for sending good thoughts my Mom's way. Grateful to her doctors & that she'll make a full recovery!” Chelsea's tweet was quickly shared and favorited hundreds of times, and Chelsea Clinton and her family are glad there is a full recovery ahead.