Articles for Tag: "death"

How could I tell my 25-year-old patient she was dying?  Featured
How could I tell my 25-year-old patient she was dying?
A critical care physician shares a moving and transformative experience from his last year of residency.
What makes a “good” death?  Featured
What makes a “good” death?
One study examines end of life priorities and the 11 most important factors for dying ‘well.’
Looking to improve your performance? Contemplating death might be the key 
Looking to improve your performance? Contemplating death might be the key
New research suggests an unconventional method for athletes in search of a boost.
How to support someone who has lost a child 
How to support someone who has lost a child
In honor of Perinatal and Pediatric Bereavement Awareness month, an expert gives advice on how to help.
Death of a family pet? Here’s how to break it to your child 
Death of a family pet? Here’s how to break it to your child
A pediatric psychologist provides tips for parents on discussing the loss of a pet with their children.
What makes a “good” death? 
What makes a “good” death?
New research examines end of life priorities and the 11 most important factors for dying well.
8 tips to help beat the holiday blues  Featured
8 tips to help beat the holiday blues
A psychologist offers tips to reduce stress and enjoy the season with family and friends.