Hillary Clinton is scheduled to speak at an event in North Carolina on Thursday, marking the candidate's first day back on the campaign trail following a 3-day hiatus after coming down with pneumonia.
Clinton will spend the day campaigning in Greensboro, North Carolina, and speaking to a Hispanic group in Washington.
On Wednesday, she tweeted her praise of the NCAA for pulling out of NC over HB2 bill.
Her Greensboro visit will be her first public appearance since Sunday, when she abruptly left a 9/11 memorial service in New York after becoming dizzy and dehydrated.
The campaign later revealed she had been diagnosed with pneumonia days earlier.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, pneumonia is a lung infection, caused by viruses, bacteria and fungi.
This is the video that emerged of her stumbling and being held up by aides.
This is a statement from her doctor on her health following the diagnosis reveal.
Trump in OH: "I don’t know folks – do you think Hillary Clinton would be able to stand up here for an hour? I don’t know"— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) September 14, 2016
At a rally in Ohio, Trump took a jab at Clinton, questioning her ability to stand for a speech.
In response to criticism about her health, Clinton released health stats to the public in a detailed letter from her doctor.
Clinton, 68, has blood pressure of 100 over 70. Her total cholesterol was 189; her LDL or "bad" cholesterol was 103, and her HDL or "good" cholesterol was 56 all within healthy levels and not signaling the need for any medications.
Trump has also made an effort to be more transparent about his health this week when he appeared on Dr. Oz's daytime talk show with recent physical results.
You can watch the interview here on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."