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A lot of adult children will be traveling home for the holidays. Experts say those visits are a perfect time to talk with aging loved ones about medical care, insurance and important documents. Host Michel Martin talks about how to start that conversation with senior care expert Tami Cumings and The Wall Street Journal's Christopher John Farley.
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