It’s never easy to tell a patient about a terminal illness, but a longtime doctor whose own diagnosis was botched says physicians must do better
At least a quarter of a million Medicare beneficiaries may receive bills for as many as five months of premiums they thought they already paid.
Churches have a lot of choices when it comes to charity, but medical debt and affordability issues often resonate with parishioners.
In a rare but growing practice, some hospitals offer parents the choice to transport their dying children out of the intensive care unit, with life support in tow, so that they can die at home.
Many therapists are not familiar with two key treatment options for trauma recommended by the American Psychiatric Association and the Department of Veterans Affairs
Kathy Brandt and Kim Acquaviva who met while working for a Florida hospice have decided to use Brandt’s illness as a way to educate people about end of life care.
“It wasn’t always easy, but it wasn’t always hard either.”
“After the ninth month of not drinking, my whole life did a 180.”
“I didn’t eat, I didn’t sleep, I didn’t laugh… for a long time,”
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