Links We Like: November 22, 2013

| By Jodi Horton

Many individuals look to doctors to give them advice  about what to do in a health situation so it only makes sense that when it comes to the end of life, we’d ask, how do doctors die? The New York Times presents us with some statistics that do not reflect the general public, and raises the question of what can doctors do to change this situation. Read more: How Doctors Die: Showing Others The Way

Grief during the holidays can be difficult. It’s a season where people focus on merriment and family and tradition, and when you’ve lost a loved one, it can be a time when you remember them a little more keenly. If you know someone who is grieving them, reflect on these tips for helping them through their grief this season. Read more: Ten Tips to Help Someone Grieving During the Holidays

We see a lot of adult caregivers, spouses and adult children, but it’s worth reminding ourselves that for some families, the caregiver is still just a teenager or barely a teenager. It’s tough being a kid sometimes,and even tougher when you’re helping take care of Grandma or Grandpa, or maybe even Mom or Dad. Watch now: Youth Caregivers: Students by Day, Nurses by Night

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