Democratic U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman’s campaign is releasing a medical report from his doctor.  The information was made public Wednesday in an attempt to quiet critics about his health.  The report from University of Pittsburgh Medical Center physician Dr. Clifford Chen states that the lieutenant governor is recovering well from the stroke he suffered in May.  It also concludes that he “has no work restrictions and can work full duty in public office.”  Fetterman’s opponent Republican Mehmet Oz has been after Fetterman to release his medical records, saying he could have been hiding facts about his health after the stroke.  Oz released his medical records in September.