The specifics of a green burial vary widely, but typically they require far fewer resources for the care of the body and skip a number of the traditional steps, making them better for the environment.
For many employees, these occasions don’t encompass the most meaningful events we’re going through.
Yevgeniya's strategy consulting grew naturally out of her findom business, but it's far from where she had originally pictured herself.
For hundreds of years, from at least the Renaissance through the Victorian era, medicine in England, Italy, France, and other European countries routinely involved the use of the dead human body.
In addition to all the other issues that transgender people can face when it comes to health care — including discrimination, outright rejection, and the high cost of surgery — there’s also the fact that many well-intentioned doctors just don’t know how to serve them.
In the late 1800s, Park Road was a quiet part of Richmond on the outskirts of London. Julia Martha Thomas, a retired schoolteacher, made her home there in the left portion of a semi-detached villa known as 2 Mayfield Cottages.
Many commonly prescribed antidepressants, in particular, can come with a host of side effects that can paradoxically contribute to depression.
Victorian England had a unique relationship with death.
Though most of us know we shouldn't make meals out of strange plants we come across in the wilderness, we probably wouldn't think twice about touching those with shiny fruit and appealing colors, assuming them to be as safe as they are beautiful.
“Death isn’t hypothetical or further down the line—not for the LGBT community at large, and definitely not for the LGBT community of Orlando or the non-white Orlando population—it’s here and now and tomorrow and the day after that.”