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Any etiquette surrounding a minor illness is fairly straightforward. We know to be careful not spread anything contagious, and whenever we're in the company of someone who's under the weather, we offer sympathy: "Sorry to hear you've been sick with the flu. I hope you're feeling better."

A more serious illness calls for a get-well card, flowers, or perhaps a visit.  And dealing with a debilitating or terminal illness makes more demands on loved ones and friends, all of whom want to make such difficult days as comfortable for the patient as possible. 

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1 When the Patient's Hospital Stay is Over
2 Extended/Overnight Hospital Stays as a Visitor
3 How to Help When Someone is in the Hospital
4 Treat Hospital Patients with Respect
5 How to Plan a Hospital Visit
6 Tips for Hospital Visits
7 Tips for Visiting Hospitals with Children


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