Important Conversations

let's talk about aging

Adult children between the ages of 30 and 50 can find it daunting to navigate the conversation minefield that is aging and end-of-life care with their parents.

Jae-Woo Kim M.D., a Twin Cities hospitalist, says it’s not uncommon for people to avoid discussions about death and dying; when you or your loved one is healthy, the topic seems irrelevant. Open communication, observation and action are key. Read more about Important Conversations

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