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YouTube Series “Molly’s Movement” Shows Us What Coping with Dementia Looks Like:Each week, a man films his mother's experiences with Lewy body dementia
Book Review: “It’s OK to Die” by Monica Williams-Murphy and Kristian Murphy:Making difficult decisions about end of life care
“Great Gig in the Sky,” Formerly Known as “The Mortality Sequence”:Pink Floyd's meditation on death and dying
Tag Archives: Documentary
The documentary presents a call to action to change the FDA's approach to new drug approval
“Fight To Live” is a 2012 documentary that highlights the shortcomings of the drug approval system employed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The documentary makes the case that a person with a terminal illness with no known cure … Continue reading
An inmate-staffed hospice program in one of the roughest prisons in the U.S.
Angola State Penitentiary in Louisiana has a long held and justly deserved reputation as one of the roughest prisons in the United States. With over 5,000 inmates and 1,000 prison employees, it is the largest maximum security correctional facility in … Continue reading
A documentary explores the hidden world of unclaimed bodies
What happens when someone dies, and no one is around to claim the body? Directors Grover Babcock and Blue Hadaegh answer this question in their documentary “A Certain Kind of Death.” They walk us through a day in the life … Continue reading
A documentary follows the hopes and struggles of an ALS patient
At age 29, master architect Stephen Heywood thought he had decades left to settle down, start a family, and build incredible homes from scratch. But before he had even reached his 30th birthday, Stephen noticed something odd. While working on … Continue reading
A man is accused of murdering his brother, but what unfolds reveals the complexity of life
Delbert and William Ward were brothers, living together in a tiny family farm house in the middle of rural Munnsville, New York. They rarely ventured outside of the family farm, only making the trek into town to sell the crops … Continue reading