Which of the following sentences grammatically correct?

Do you still care about me?


Do you still care for me?

or maybe, it is same?

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    Actually, if you look up "care about" and "care for," you may be able to (better) find your answer.... I just mean that in this context, the prepositions are attached to the verbs and not attached to the objects (i.e., not as written above). – Teacher KSHuang Apr 20 '17 at 10:15

In the above questions.. "Do you still care about me? implies..if a person cares about what he/she does.
and "Do you still care for me is when a person is loving the other person by heart..
Just like in this case I care about your Knowledge :)

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