Springfield MA-based Hospital Sued for Autopsy, Organ Removal Without Consent

The lawsuit contended doctors at Baystate Medical Center (BMC) performed an autopsy, removing several organs, without the required consent of next of kin.

Insight to Supporting Bereaved Parents

“What I’ve learned is that grief doesn’t go away,” one participant said. “It walks beside you. You learn to live with it.”

Nation’s Largest Pet Insurer Reveals the Sources of Pet Poisoning

Unfortunately, lack of dietary discretion too often results in pets ingesting toxic substances, emergency visits to the veterinarian, and large medical bills.

71.5 Million Strong: Baby Boomers and Beyond…Who Will Take Care of Us?

It is expected that in the next 40 years the senior population in this country will grow by 147 percent.

Law Enforcement Fatalities Surge 43 Percent During the First Half of 2010

The number of U.S. law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty surged nearly 43 percent during the first six months of 2010.

Aetna Life Insurance Offers Expedited Payment and Access to Funeral Planning

These new funeral planning services provide access to knowledgeable advisors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Arlington National Cemetery ‘Renewal & Remembrance’ Project

Over the years, PLANET has contributed more than $2 million to this national landmark.

Community Cancer Clinic Closings on the Rise

In total, 166 clinics have closed over the past three years.

Hospice Foundation of America Announces New Hospice Information Center

Hospice Foundation of America (HFA) is pleased to announce the launch of the Hospice Information Center for families, friends and professionals.

Tips for Picking the Best Insurance to Protect Your Pet

In a recent Associated Press/Petside.com survey, more than 40 percent of pet owners surveyed said they are worried they wouldn’t be able to afford health care for a sick dog or cat.