Mozart’s Masonic Funeral Music, K.477

Striving for a synthesis between the sacred and theatrical, this piece by Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart brings both class and confusion into the twenty-first century’s choices for traditional funeral music.

Surgery for Elderly Found Risky

If you ever wondered if surgery was more risky for the elderly, you may have your answer.

Coping with Death over the Holidays

I never ceased to be amazed at the number of individuals who die over the holidays.

How to Stay Alive to Enjoy the Holidays

The period between Thanksgiving and New Years holidays is notorious for fatal traffic accidents.

Pennsylvania Reports Pregnancy and Childbirth Complications

Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority just released data targeting major issues involved in pregnancy and childbirth.

10 Top End-of-Life Financial Planning Blogs

Changes in tax laws are inevitable, just like death. But, a few bloggers have focused on changes in those laws and what those changes mean for individuals who need to know about them.

Funeral Flowers: Correct etiquette 70 Years Ago Still Stands Today

…one funeral arrangement per funeral is all you need to think about, and only if you are a family member or a close friend.

Funeral Homes and More Deathcare on Twitter

Funeral home business is catching on to Twitter!

Peace of Mind for the Holidays

Do you want to feel good about yourself? One way to eliminate some stress over the upcoming holiday season is to help others, especially the elderly.

The Art of Dying, or Ars Moriendi

By the time of the Civil War, the theme of the Good Death inspired songs, stories and poetry for and about the Civil War.