Let me explain Hillary’s Health in a historical sense. The concept of attacking a presidential candidate over their physical (or in Trump’s case, mental) health isn’t something new. However, if you take a look at American history, it hasn’t been quite uncommon for presidents and vice presidents to make their way to the White House with incredible ailments you wouldn’t believe of.
Some interesting news from a South Korean intelligence service has made some international headlines this past week. It seems that Kim Jong-un, who assumed the office of “Supreme Leader of the DPRK” on December 30th, 2011 after the death of his father Kim Jong-il, has a severe anxiety problem. The last time I talked about Kim Jong-un on this site, it was about his “endorsement” of Donald Trump. But, just like how Donald Trump’s campaign is appearing more desperate, it’s been announced that the North Korean dictator is having some problems, too.
Tourette syndrome is a neurological disorder characterized by repetitive, involuntary movements and vocalizations which are called “tics.” The disorder is named for Dr. Georges Gilles de la Tourette, a pioneering French neurologist who first described this condition in the case of an 86-year old French woman way back in 1885. While the first documented and official case revolved around an elderly woman, modern day psychology shows that the earliest symptoms of the disorder are noticed between the ages of three to nine years old. It occurs equally in all ethnic groups, but males are affected about three to four times more than females.