Dignity therapy — a short course of psychotherapy that focuses on helping patients with terminal illnesses to go over things that are most meaningful to them and document their legacy — can improve the end-of-life experience, a study shows.
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‘Dignity Therapy’ Gives Comfort to Dying Patients
Adolescent injury deaths have dropped in recent years, and so have percentages of childhood and preterm births, according to a new federal report on the overall well-being of America’s youth.
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Teenage Birth Rates Are Down
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