Barack, Bill stand in for convalescing Hillary Clinton

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton released what her campaign called a comprehensive disclosure about her health that said she's recovering from a bout of pneumonia and her vital signs are all within the normal range.

In a detailed, two-page "summary update" on Clinton's health, her personal physician Lisa Bardack wrote that the 68-year-old was bouncing back after a diagnosis of "mild, non-contagious" pneumonia. The Clinton campaign official said Bardack has since examined her several times, including on Wednesday, and the physician said Clinton "continues to improve".

Additional health records released with the letter show that Clinton's cholesterol and blood pressure are within normal ranges.

Almost half of American adults are "very concerned" about two issues that have hounded Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign this year: her use of a private email server to conduct government business and donations to her family's charitable foundation, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Wednesday.

On Wednesday, Donald Trump revealed new details about his health during a taping of the Dr. Oz television show.

Republican vice presidential hopeful Mike Pence declined to respond to reporters Wednesday in Dunmore, Pennsylvania, when asked if he planned to release his medical records. Her staff had planned to bring their children in to meet Elmo and Clinton didn't want to disappoint the kids.

The Trump campaign is also addressing the candidate's health this week with on "The Dr. Oz Show". She also stated the first female presidential nominee takes medication for an under-active thyroid, the blood thinner Coumadin, allergy medication and vitamin B12 as needed.

"I probably would have been better off if I'd just pulled down my schedule on Friday", Clinton said on CNN, adding: "I just didn't think it was going to be that big a deal".

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"I don't know why they are saying this", she said.

While on the mend at home, Clinton had to relinquish campaign trail duties to her husband, former president Bill Clinton, and Obama. Her doctor has pointedly said that she had no other issues aside from hypothyroidism, for which she also takes medication, and seasonal allergies. She said she thought she "could power through It, ' but that "didn't work out so well". Forty-three percent say Pence is prepared to serve as president, while 38 percent said the same of Kaine. She then fainted and suffered a concussion.

She has gotten the standard vaccine for bacterial pneumonia, but that only prevents certain strains, and wouldn't protect her from picking up other strains from "shaking hands on a rope line", Geltman said.

The one main health item that does not seem to be included is information about the health of her heart, such as electrocardiogram.

The poll found Clinton ahead by only 2 percentage points with a margin of error is 3.2 percentage points - a margin considered too close to call.

Doctors said the Levaquin, which she is taking to treat her pneumonia, is an excellent and appropriate treatment.

Bardack wrote previous year that while Clinton suffered a scare in 2012 following a concussion, she was now in good health.