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The Roads Not Taken in Life-Any Regrets Yet?

In my work as the Director and Owner of Living Assistance Services in providing care at home for seniors, naturally I chat with many older persons who often wistfully look back and reminisce about their past life experiences–their important memories to be sure.

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Is Your Plantar Fasciitis Heel Pain Returning?

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