hospice

Politics
Why 'palliative care' can make such a difference, and why so few people get it.
Politics
Some providers are terrific, some are terrible. And regulators haven't kept up.
U.S. News
One challenge: a shortage of trained palliative care providers.
Crime
The Texas woman claims Rev. Gerold Langsch assaulted her during a religious ritual and left her feeling like a “nasty, dirty piece of meat.”
Health
Hospice patients increased 167 percent since 2000, according to a congressional analysis.
Crime
Federal prosecutors allege Melanie Murphey and others at Novus Health Services in Texas were trying to maximize profits.
OWN
"There's a lingering."
OWN
Dr. B.J. Miller tells Oprah what he's learned in his years working with terminally ill patients.
Entertainment
Last month, the music legend canceled all his 2017 performances.
Healthy Living
Death isn't a four-letter word, and doctors need to learn that.
Books
Kerry Egan has written a book that only she could write, combining her study at Harvard Divinity School, her years of experience
Wellness
Karen believes everything happens for a reason. In this case, she was being given an opportunity to put her hospice training
Post 50
We were gathered at my grandmother's home for a final visit. Coming together for this was sad but it was also more joyful than I could have imagined. We sat with her and shared stories, photos, laughter.
Women
Throughout the last few weeks, my family has been trying to mentally prepare ourselves to say goodbye to a major player in
Post 50
I met Brenda when she decided to seek hospice care. In addition to kidney failure, she had numerous ailments including painful, golf-ball-sized sores throughout her body.