Most of Life
Welcome to Most of Life, the Chapters Health System blog. Pour yourself a cold or hot beverage of choice, pull-up a chair and settle in to learn and become better educated on our blog. From hospice to palliative care to home health and more, read the topics that interest you. Whether you are a patient, loved one, friend or caregiver, there’s something here for everyone.
Please visit Most of Life often for updates and news regarding the ever-changing landscape of advanced illness issues and end-of-life care.
Medical ethics involves the incorporation of a moral code into medical practice. Some may be tempted to simply interpret medical ethics as the practice of treating others the way we would wish to be treated ourselves.
If you’d like to begin the year with a thought-provoking, well-written first novel check out “What We Lose” by Zinzi Clemmons.
A Gasparilla Queen’s daughter and grand-daughter reflect on the life and times of the family’s matriarch, who died at the age of 104.
In honor of Cervical Cancer Awareness Month in January, we are tackling the topic of cervical cancer myths in order to set the record straight.
Military veterans are important threads in the fabric of this country. They should always be honored and revered for their patriotic service to the United States especially buffalo soldiers.
Grief, especially holiday grief, is like an elephant in the room. Discover how you can adopt new holiday traditions and also earn some helpful tips to ease stress at this time of year.
The holidays are here along with holiday travel. But never fear as we have 7 tips to help make your holiday travel as stress free and enjoyable as possible.
As a hospice chaplain, Father Christian Villagomeza knows firsthand the power of spirituality and how it can affect care for hospice patients.
Read these stories about how LifePath Hospice impacted patients and families with the assistance of staff members who possess what we call a hospice heart.
As the school year begins, learn how to help grieving children who are at a loss as to how to cope with the death of a loved one or friend.