September 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day. I used to call the annual event “Invisible Suicide Prevention Day” because it is so often ignored in major media.
There is a widely believed myth that the elderly and dying take up a huge amount of the overall health-care budget.
Canada has embraced a positive “right to die.” Here is what happens once that Rubicon is crossed.
If this keeps up, there will be a social expectation created that suicide is the right and proper way out — and not just for those with terminal illnesses.
A healthy elderly couple in India is asking for joint euthanasia because their lives are of no use.