Clinton Treated With Blood Thinners

Doctors treated Hillary Clinton on Tuesday with blood thinners to dissolve a clot in her head, with the hospital saying in a statement that the secretary of state is in good spirits. They expect her to make a full recovery, and said she will be released once the correct medication dose is revealed. Clinton didn’t suffer a stroke or any neurological damage from the clot, which formed after she suffered a concussion after fainting. Clinton was admitted to New York–Presbyterian Hospital on Sunday after a follow-up exam revealed the clot.