Browse The New York Times Archives for Jane Brody’s current and past articles of her weekly column “Personal Health”.

Jane Brody articles on end-of-life issues in The New York Times:
November 17, 2008: “Caring for Family, Caring for Yourself”
November 11, 2008: “When Families Take Care of Their Own”
April 15, 2008: “Alternatives for the Final Disposition”
March 18, 2008: “Terminal Options for the Irreversibly Ill”
February 5, 2008: “A Heartfelt Appeal for a Graceful Exit”
November 27, 2007: “A Common Casualty of Old Age: The Will to Live”
September 4, 2007: “For Living Donors, Many Risks to Weigh”
August 28, 2007: “The Solvable Problem of Organ Shortages”
July 3, 2007: “Advice on Dire Diagnoses From a Survivor”
March 6, 2007: “Tough Question to Answer, Tough Answer to Hear”
January 23, 2007: “A Humorist Illuminates the Blessings of Hospice”
November 28, 2006: “Medical Due Diligence: A Living Will Should Spell Out the Specifics”
October 31, 2006: “World Enough and Time for ‘a Good Death’”
September 6, 2005: “Nourishing Hope When Illness Seems Hopeless”
January 27, 2004: “Often, Time Beats Therapy for Treating Grief”
December 30, 2003: “Facing Up to the Inevitable, in Search of a Good Death”
December 30, 2003: 
“Art and Grace, When It’s Time to Say Goodbye”
November 18, 2003: 
“Diane Meier; Providing Care When Cure Is Out of Reach”
November 18, 2003: 
“Name a Proxy Early to Prepare for the Unexpected”
May 15, 2001:
 “After a Death, Doctors Can Offer Families Healing Help”
January 9, 2001: “A Price to Pay as Autopsies Lose Favor”

Read the TIME Magazine article that dubs Jane Brody the nation’s High Priestess of Health.

Read Publisher’s Weekly starred review of Jane Brody’s Guide to the Great Beyond.

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