Assisted dying: the sons who helped their mother die and want a change in the law The sons of a woman who chose to die at the Dignitas clinic rather than succumb to Huntingtons Disease are now pushing for a change in the law to make assisted dying legal.
Mariah Walton, who has pulmonary hypertension, at her home. ‘I would like to see my parents prosecuted,’ she says.
What do the dreams and visions of the dying teach us about death? A team of scientists in New York wanted to find out. What they learned may surprise you.
Broken Heart; Terrible Mood; Frightening People in Power; Mari Andrew (@bymariandrew) has one prescription.
I have seen death unite families and spill secrets that tear them apart
Max Edwards on terminal cancer. He's 16 and he writes beautifully.
How do you tell a toddler his mummy's dead?....Benjamin Brooks-Dutton was walking home with his wife and their two-year-old son. Then tragedy struck ...
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