Both landscape and social dynamics influence where people were laid to rest.
Tough times can take a real toll on your body.
Experts are digging into the ethics of turning thousands-year-old corpses into attractions.
More and more Japanese families are favoring "tree burials" over tomb sites.
Seasonal allergies always hit hard, but you might be surprised by what kills people.
And should colonists on Mars be allowed to eat each other?
COVID-19 death rates were highest among people of color and people 85 and older.
In giving voice to the digital ghosts of the deceased, chatbots are trying to succeed where memories and mementos fail.
Hurricane season is a huge risk for many facilities that care for the elderly.
Whether it's another person or an illness that kills someone, their body holds a lot of evidence
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