Carter, 95, the longest-living president in U.S. history, was hospitalized Nov. 11 for “pressure on his brain caused by a subdural hematoma."
The longest-lived U.S. president was hospitalized Monday to relieve pressure in his brain.
The former president sustained a "minor" pelvic fracture, a spokeswoman said.
After 14 stitches the 95-year-old former president travels to Nashville for opening ceremony of new building project.
Carter survived a dire cancer diagnosis in 2015 and became the longest-lived U.S. president in history this spring, surpassing George H.W. Bush, who died in 2018.
HuffPost traveled to Nigeria and Congo to document the fight against this preventable disease.
Hundreds of supporters of opposition leader Odinga took to the streets.
HuffPost traveled to Nigeria to document efforts to fight this illness.
"My husband is not happy about this whole thing."
As a precaution, the president was taken to a hospital in Winnipeg to treat his dehydration.