Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is scaling back his campaign rallies after suffering a heart attack.
The Vermont independent senator told reporters that he'll "change the nature" of his campaign. The 78-year-old explained that he'll likely cut down the number of rallies each day. Before he landed in the hospital, there were about 10 campaign duties, including meetings and rallies, on his schedule daily.
Bernie says he plans to continue actively campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination. Sanders has been recovering after being hospitalized for a heart attack last week. Doctors cleared a clogged artery with stents.