Amid a pandemic, loved ones of the dead—and those who handle their bodies—are reimagining how to care for those who pass away.
“Never have I heard anything like what we're experiencing now.”
But how much of an effect is it actually having on the environment?
It's an eco-friendly alternative to burial or cremation
A new bill wants to let you turn your loved ones into soil.
2 Chainz discovers the very expensive method wealthy widows can buy to honor their late loved ones.
In some kind of 'Nathan for You' episode come to life.
How could innovative ideas improve funerals and final resting places? It’s a question not being asked enough.
The new rules will also require abortion providers to foot the cost, which is sometimes thousands of dollars per case.
Lawrence Shrader definitely has more dead people in his basement than you do.
People are now supposed to keep them at a cemetery, and not on the mantel at home.