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New York Times health columnist Jane Brody offers practical advice on how people of all ages can help themselves and those they love better prepare for death
- Jane Brody syndicated personal health columnist for the "New York Times" and author of ten books, including "Jane Brody's Good Food Book" and "Jane Brody's Nutrition Book."
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