Hillary Clinton 'thrilled to be back' after health scare
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said she is "thrilled to be back" at work after spending a month recuperating from a series of ailments.
Mrs Clinton was treated in a New York hospital in early January for a blood clot between the skull and the brain.
In December she fell and suffered a concussion after she became dehydrated as a result of a stomach virus.
Mrs Clinton, 65, is due to stand down in the near future and Massachusetts Senator John Kerry has been nominated to replace her as America's top diplomat.
09 Jan 2013
- From the section US & Canada