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What Made Sheryl Sandberg Give Herself Permission To Date Again

Her late husband’s family actually brought it up.

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When Loved Ones Die At Home, Family Caregivers Pay The Price

This is not the work of a benevolent medical system.

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Science: How Clergy Can Help Believers Die A ‘Good Death’

U.S. clergy may be increasing the sting of death for many members of their flocks. Two new studies find that many clergy

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What 10 Days In Death Taught Me About Living

I was once given the most extraordinary gift. I lived in death for 10 days. Just moments before my accident, I had been an

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The Zen of Dying

A nurse at the Zen Hospice Project tries to offer a higher level of quality and attention, helping dying people live fully right up to the end.

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To My Wife On Her First Mother’s Day After The Death Of Her Child

It is choosing to be a family even though it is not easy.

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This Mother's Day, Let's Thank Our Caregivers

As a society, we need policies and resources that can sustain and assist family caregivers.

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We’re Bad at Death. Can We Talk?

A new wave of research sheds light on what patients want at the end of life, and who is or isn’t getting it.

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Burying The Bodies After Politically Charged Killings

For decades, the Hughes Family Tribute Center has celebrated the lives of victims of violent crime.

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The Most Important Lesson This Hospice Doctor Can Teach Us About Death

Dr. B.J. Miller tells Oprah what he's learned in his years working with terminally ill patients.

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What Donald Trump Taught Me About Love

I was mourning my husband's death and the loss of America as I knew it.

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Gay Concentration Camps: Silence = Death

Turn anger, fear, grief into action.

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2 Companies Intervene To Block Their Drugs In 'Assembly Line' Arkansas Executions

Use of the drugs in the planned seven executions "runs counter to manufacturers' mission to save lives," the firms say.

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At the End of Life, a Way to Go Gentle

For dying patients, a new book argues that palliative care methods are often better than the typical intensive care unit approach.

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The Things They Don't Tell You About Grief

Friendships, and even some family relations, are not immune to grief.

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Nurses Ignore Hospital Regulations To Grant Dying Man His Final Wish

“A beautifully humanistic gift from a caring staff and family."

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Life After Death: Biggie, Hip-Hop And The Makings Of A Classic

Remembering a classic from a great gone too soon.

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