About 56 percent of persons 57- to 61-years-old will stay at least one night in a nursing home during their lifetime, according to a recent study.
About 56 percent of persons 57- to 61-years-old will stay at least one night in a nursing home during their lifetime, according to a recent study. Katja Heinemann Katja Heinemann
About 56 percent of persons 57- to 61-years-old will stay at least one night in a nursing home during their lifetime, according to a recent study. Katja Heinemann Katja Heinemann

Will you need a nursing home during lifetime? Chances are yes, study says

September 01, 2017 10:22 AM

UPDATED September 01, 2017 11:57 AM

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