When older loved ones don't listen to your fears

You worry about your children during the COVID-19 pandemic, but many of us are equally concerned about our elders, who are at much higher risk of death if they become infected.

There may be only so much you can do—people young and old often discount the threat until it’s too late. The New York Times offers some guidance to adult children worried about their older loved ones:

Author
Angelo Sambunaris, M.D.

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