From Natural Disasters to Layoffs, Today’s World is Full of Tortured Survivors, Physician Says
There wasn’t a name for the syndrome before the 19...
Perhaps the worst thing that can happen to a parent is experiencing the loss of a child. However, as one mother shares, it’s possible to turn one&rsquo...
By Paula Spencer Scott, Caring.com senior editor
When offering condolences, there are plenty of things not to say to a grieving person; finding the right w...
There is one question people of retirement age must ask themselves about assisted suicide and euthanasia. Did I spend my adult, working life t...
While many North Americans know asbestos is a dangerous substance, few are aware of the disproportionate impact of asbestos-related cancers on senior citizen...
by Maggie George
What is Hospice Palliative Care?
In 2002 the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association (CHPCA) defined Hospice Palliative Care (HPC) as...
Joanne Morrison calls the four and a half years she looked after her husband Guy, “a rollercoaster ride.”
“He was certainly very ill someti...
Communication between family caregivers and their recipients is something which is often overlooked or undervalued.
The one who is affected will often fail t...
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