BY DONNE DAVIS Losing a grandparent is often a child’s first experience with death. It can be confusing and scary and lead to questions about death, death related rituals, and grief.
By Sue Canuteson | Become a hospice volunteer — and help patients and families have the best end-of-life experience possible | During one of their weekly visits, Randy told
By Karen Rancourt, PhD | What to do if you or your spouse has a terminal illness and the two of you disagree on when to have the end-of-life “talk”
By Jack Levine As we celebrate Thanksgiving, let’s remember that the holiday’s name is a compound word – Thanks and Giving. Each of us has much to be thankful for
I just learned from The Sloan Center on Aging that according to a 2011 analysis of American Community Survey data, “more than one-third (36 percent) of the 915,000 grandparents ages
Riding the Age Wave: How Health Care Can Stay Afloat In an ancient Greek fable, Eos, the beautiful goddess of the dawn, falls deeply in love with the warrior Tithonus.