Money, Family, End of Life Treatment, and Being a Burden

BioEdge.org, a bioethics news source, released an article about physician assisted suicide (PAS) about a week ago. Oregon is one of the few states that have legalized PAS. However, according to the 2016 Report on Oregon's Death with Dignity Act, about 50% of patients who ended their lives via PAS, said that they did because … Continue reading Money, Family, End of Life Treatment, and Being a Burden

Why You Need a Health Accountability Partner.

True confession: I hate going to the dentist. I don't like the sounds of the tools, the toothpaste they use tastes gross, and God forbid if my sensitive teeth need a filling *insert scrunched up face emoji*. Mind you, I am totally grateful that I actually have dental insurance. But hey - some people don't like their vegetables. … Continue reading Why You Need a Health Accountability Partner.

What your Advance Directive has to do with Cookout Season.

Dedicated to Grandma Jones, Grandma Harris, and Aunt Geraldine. Rest easy - a better day is coming. There are two seasons I love - the Christmas season and COOKOUT season. *cues electric slide* Cookout season is better than any of the basic, generic, four seasons. The weather is great, the food is better than great, and … Continue reading What your Advance Directive has to do with Cookout Season.