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?my grandmother sustained fractures in her hip and leg, which have been surgically repaired. At 90 years old, the doctor explains that her bones are taking longer to heal due to her age and their weakened state, and she?s receiving calcium injections. She has been bedridden since the incident and is feeling disheartened. We?re unsure of her recovery timeline. What can we do to uplift her spirits and help her feel better??

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