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We all know death will win in the end. Yet, talking about death rarely happens. “The simple view is that medicine exists to fight death

We usually think of the bed as a safe place, but bed-related injuries to the skin are unfortunately common. These include bruises from bumping

We all know that driving is directly tied to a person’s independence. Whether you’re a sixteen-year-old setting out on the road for the first

One of the basic needs of humans (other than food and shelter) is the need to feel loved and like we belong. Belonging in

There is a massive industry dedicated to selling the idea of anti-aging. Anti-aging is a notion which plays on the illusion that if we

What does aging with grace mean to you? To help me get a sense of what this term really means, I surveyed 24 people of

Hospital Discharge Planning: A Guide for Families and Caregivers The patient hospital discharge process is an extremely important part of continuing care after a stay