An appeals court ruled Tuesday that the state Superior Court failed to consider terminally-ill patients' interests when it blocked the law.
These methods will help you practice self-care while being a caregiver for a parent with a terminal diagnosis.
The new legislation gives those with a six-month prognosis or an irreversible fatal illness the right to seek a doctor's help to die.
Gov. Phil Murphy said he would sign the bill, calling it the "right thing to do."
Sure, the undead are scary, but they don't faze me after facing the true realities of life and death.
In many ways, our family is happier — yes, happier ― than before we received Sam’s diagnosis.
As much as my dying means tremendous loss, it also brings gifts of unimagined beauty and joy and love.
These children have already figured out what's important.
The state's End of Life Option Act went into effect last year.
Your spirit and joy will live on forever in the hearts of those around you.
“I say kiddingly, but I mean it."
When I was diagnosed with ALS, I was given two years to live. Two and a half years later here I am typing this article using my eyes, while being fed through a tube in my stomach and wearing a breathing mask to give my diaphragm a break. I am one of the lucky ones, and I'm thankful for that.