Cremation

Over the past few years, there has been an increase in the number of people who have made the decision to donate their bodies to science after they die. Each year in the United States alone, around 15,000 Americans donate their bodies after death to medical facilities across the country. The donated bodies are used […]

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Cremation Urns and Trinkets for the Final Resting Place of a Loved One Burial traditions vary in different places and are mostly based on religious beliefs. Here in America, the traditional practice involves placing the body in a casket and then burying it in cemetery grounds. These days, however, more people have been opting for […]

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Memorial Urns That Will Lovingly Keep Your Departed Loved One   The passing of a loved one is sad and difficult time for any family. Whether the demise is expected because of a terminal illness or is sudden due to an accident, families grieve deeply just the same. Most people prepare ahead for their eventual […]

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Lately several states, the most notable of which is California, have appeared in the news after having banned new crematoriums from opening. The reason behind this, officials claim, is because of the environmental impact of cremating a body, specifically, those with silver or lead tooth fillings, which can supposedly¬†send mercury and other toxins into the […]

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Cremation is a practice widely used all over the world today but the earliest record of cremation is from over 20,000 years. Three sets of fossils were found at Mungo Lake in Australia. The first set, known as Mungo Lady, shows signs of being burned, smashed, and burned again. A proposed explanation of this is […]

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The news has circled the country, along with the rest of planet, about the TSA Agent in Orlando, FL who spilled passenger John Gross’ grandfather’s ashes while checking the rest of Gross’ belongings before he could board a plane. After opening the urn and spilling the ashes, the agent apparently laughed and made no effort […]

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Death has always been part of our lives and traditions. Burial, cremation, and mourning seem to intensify our emotion towards people, especially with publicly respected (or worshiped) figures. In other words, people like to make a big fuss when famous people die. Here are the top five celebrities that still have hundreds of thousands of […]

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When you decide to become a pet owner, you sign on for fun-filled years with the animal, especially when that animal is a dog. You will have many great years that will be full of laughter, love and even a little frustration, but watching your puppy grow into a well-developed and considerate dog that loves […]

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Green cremation is a new alternative to burial, founded by Resomation, which is more environmentally safe than traditional burials or cremations. Resomation has distribution and manufacturing partners across the world. So far, this green cremation, known as Bio Cremation in the USA, has been legalized by three states and is currently being considered by other […]

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Life in all of its complexities ends in death – a simple beauty gracing the pain and sorrow that follow. Everyone struggles with the pain of losing the people close to us and artists have found a new way to express their feelings. Artists can create remarkable memorial urns to honor loved ones. These urns […]

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