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Study shows tectonic plates not rigid, deform horizontally in cooling process

[NEWS] mwolterbeek@unr.edu University of Nevada, Reno University of Nevada, Reno and Rice University professors challenge old assumptions of tectonics RENO, Nev. – The puzzle pieces of tectoni...

Uniworld's Queen of the Nile, River Tosca, Resumes Sailing Egypt's Legendary River

DELRAY BEACH, FL, Nov. 14, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection announces they will set sail once again on Egypt's great Nile River onboard t...

Doctors cannot speak about the reality of death and dying

I live and work in the house medicine. You would think that those of us who have chosen this profession would actually know what dying looks like. Furthermore, one would hope that if the doctor could...

Mountain ecosystems scientists to convene at University of Nevada, Reno

(University of Nevada, Reno) Scientists from around the world will convene at the University of Nevada, Reno for a multi-day conference on social, biological and environmental systems in mountain regi...

All RCGP members should be balloted on assisted dying

The recent Care Not Killing insert answers Timothy Harlow and colleagues’ concerns about The BMJ’s impartiality on the subject of assisted dying prompted by the Dignity in Dying insert last... ...

9 Lessons Atul Gawande Taught Me about Dying

(Vox) – Gawande, a cancer surgeon and New Yorker author, wanted to talk about dying. In fact, he wants everyone to talk about dying. He’s even written a book, “Being Mortal,” t...

Climate change puts endangered Devils Hole pupfish at risk of extinction

(University of Nevada, Reno) Climate change is hurting reproduction of the endangered Devils Hole pupfish, threatening the survival of this rare species that has numbered as few as 35 individuals, new...

University of Nevada, Reno continues $10 million biomedical studies for COBRE grant

(University of Nevada, Reno) Neurological research from the University of Nevada, Reno's $10 million Center of Biomedical Research Excellence grant highlights the role image-dynamics play in the brain...

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Dying well in the community: an equation.

When I read the literature around death and dying, I often come across the idea of 'dying well' being propagated, not always including some of the important precursors to achieving this outcome.

The evolution of caring for dying patients in intensive care units in the United States from 1960-1980.

Since Intensive Care Units (ICUs) appeared in the United States in the late 1950's, nurses working in them have always cared for the dying patients. A historical reflection of the evolution of caring ...

Caring for those who die at home - the use and validation of 'care of the dying evaluation' (code) with bereaved relatives.

'CODE' is a 40-item self-completion post-bereavement questionnaire, focused on the last days of life and based on key components of best practice for care of the dying. CODE is a shortened, more user-...

Family carers' delivery of medications for the person dying at home: preliminary findings from the 'unpacking the home' study.

Current UK health policy aims to increase the numbers of people dying at home, but it relies on family members being available to take responsibility for caring. The 'Unpacking the home' study elicite...

Where We Die.

After a decades-long trend toward dying in the hospital, a movement toward palliative care, hospice, and dying at home began in the 1980s. But even as increasing numbers of Americans choose to die at ...

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