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Practice makes near perfect at bedtime

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Viewpoints Columnist Rachel Baumgartel has been thinking about the future in her latest column. Do you think you have planned sufficiently for your health in the future?
Yes, I have everything in place - will, living will, if I am disabled, etc.
 
I think I am covered but I need to check.
 
I have discussed it with certain people but nothing is written.
 
I'm still not sure what I need to do.
 
I haven't even thought about it yet.
 
I'm not concerned about it right now.
 

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