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Amid medical experts’ theorizing on whether the seizure experienced last week by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.’s constitutes proof that he has epilepsy, one fact stands out: The seizure occurred while he was on vacation. Similarly, according to published reports, the seizure that Roberts experienced in 1993 occurred while he was golfing with friends. If there is any lesson to be learned here, it is that the chief justice should avoid all leisure activities as being too much of a health risk.

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