John Oliver Eviscerates Eviscerations
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Washington Set to Be the First State to Allow the Composting of Human Bodies
When You Die, Where Should We Upload Your Brain?
I Had a Late-Term Abortion. President Trump and Pro-Lifers Have No Right to Call Me a Murderer.
Three Years After My Father Died, I Am Standing in the Same Place in the Hall
How I Fell in Love With My Boyfriend—and His Daughter—While He Grieved the Death of his Wife
I’m Scared of Death. But as a Parent, I Have to Talk About It With My Kids.
One Company Has Cornered the Digital Market on Death
How a Small-Town Funeral Home Is Trying to Go Digital
Why It’s So Difficult to Deal With a Dead Loved One’s Online Accounts
What Happens When People Die, but Their Profiles Live On?
Send Us Your Most Intense Postmortem Social Media Moments
In Overcrowded Manila, Cemeteries Are Homes for the Dead and the Living
Implanted Medical Devices are Saving Lives. They’re Also Causing Exploding Corpses.
Terminally Ill Kids Need Different Care Than Adults. We’re Failing to Provide It.
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Netflix’s Extremis Pinpoints the Tension Between Doctors and Patients on End-of-Life Care
Medical Errors Have Become So Common That They Are Now a Leading Cause of Death in the U.S.