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I am sure there are many of us that have elderly parents. My sister and I have a 95-year-old mother who has been successfully living on her own with help from the local Office of the Aging. As mobile as she can be with her walker and cane, she is a 24-hour/7-day-a-week concern. Not withstanding the normal aches and pains that accompany age, she has remained relatively healthy. We always wondered how long this could ...


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