One of us (MEM) recently joined a group of elderly New Jersey suburbanites who were gathered around a lunch table, discussing their friend’s back ailment. George’s back problem had started as a simple sprain, but had now progressed to the point where George, an upbeat, active octogenarian, could no longer sleep at night and had given up his daily walks around the neighborhood.
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