Monthly Archives: September 2018

Why I Hope to Die at 75 – The Atlantic


An argument that society and families—and you—will be better off if nature takes its course swiftly and promptly Source: Why I Hope to Die at 75 – The Atlantic

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5 Crucial Truths for Overcoming the Grief of Loneliness in The Digital-Age


Source: 5 Crucial Truths for Overcoming Loneliness in The Digital-Age

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Improving Care for Hospice Patients – Spirituality & Health


A new study reveals the lack of research in end of life care resulting in an information gap that damages the quality of hospice care overall. Source: Improving Care for Hospice Patients – Spirituality & Health

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Think Safety as a New School Year Begins – AAA Oregon/Idaho


For students and their families, the transition from summer to fall can be bittersweet. As vacations come to an end,… Source: Think Safety as a New School Year Begins – AAA Oregon/Idaho

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Patients need an advocate at the bedside


Being a hospitalized patient is perhaps one of the most disempowering experiences an individual can face. Source: Patients need an advocate at the bedside

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I’m sorry about what happened to your son under anesthesia, but because of him I am a better doctor


You may never know this, but because of him I am a better doctor — and for that, I would like to tell him, thank you. Source: I’m sorry about what happened to your son under anesthesia

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A lesson from the mammogram room … and a 50-book giveaway!


Source: A lesson from the mammogram room … and a 50-book giveaway!

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