The media circus surrounding Hillary Clinton needing a sick day has gotten even more overheated than she did at the 9/11 Memorial. Trump fans are latching on to Hillary's pneumonia—not because they're worried about her well-being, but because her untimely demise is the Trump campaign's last, best hope.

But does Hillary's susceptibility to common illnesses make her less presidential? As it turns out, many great presidents also had human bodies and also got sick. That's not even counting the great presidents with lifelong afflictions, like FDR, who had polio, or JFK, who had Addison's disease. Here are some presidents who got sick, and yet somehow still managed to be president.