A recent bill that passed which mandates that doctors who perform abortions and miscarriages to take extra measures, requiring doctors to cremate or bury fetal remains . However, patients will not be accountable on how the remains are handled. The patient’s physician, in accordance to law, must properly dispose or store the tissue. The law goes into effect September 1, 2017, however the issue of fetal burial is on tied up in the courts, therefore it’s on pause. Many hospitals already bury fetal remains; while some dispose of the remains in “sanitary landfills,” repositories for medical waste. Hospitals and clinic that does not bury or cremate fetal remains after miscarriage or an abortion is subject to fines or the loss of their license.
Alexandria, LA | Shadowed with mourning the loss of their loved one, like many, the Briggs is also burdened with raising the funeral service money. On hearing the struggles and painfu period the Briggs are going through, The Winnfield Funeral Home, Alexandria was determined to extend their support to the family. The funeral service for Tyneisha Briggs was taken care of free of all charges. Tyneisha’s father ; Anthony Briggs said such good acts are what is pulling the family through in a difficult moment like this. He exclaimed that he was indeed grateful to everyone.More importantly his gratitude to Winnfield Funeral Home as it was not mandatory for them to do such for them.And such gesture has made feel good in the heart. The General Manager of Winnfield Funeral Home, Eugene Miller said the gesture was more of an assurance that they care and not for the purpose do gaining popularity or financial gain. Winnfield Funeral Home of Alexandria provides the best in first class funeral merchandise and cremation services. They are the go to funeral service company for uniquely customized funerals. They listen to the wants, desires, and life stories of their client families to ensure that their […]
(Video) 15 Year-Old Cheerleader Dies After Hospital Ignored Her Pain Twice – The Black Loop Yunique Morris, 15, was a healthy and active cheerleader at Weston Ranch High School in Stockton, California with her whole life ahead of her. Two weeks ago, Yunique was experiencing chest pain that wouldn’t go away. Her family took her to San Joaquin General hospital to get her some help but last Thursday she died.
Thе Middlеtоwn fаmilу’ѕ 60-year оld hеritаgе in thе community wаѕ at risk оf being fоrgоttеn after thе demise оf Rеv. Dоnаld Jоrdаn Senior. in Jаnuаrу, their hеritаgе was оn the vеrgе оf distort bесаuѕе the owner оf whеrе Hаll-Jоrdаn & Prеttу Mеmоriаl Chареl wаѕ оnсе lосаtеd оn the Sоuth Mаin Street “sold the рrореrtу without giving thе fаmilу a chance to purchase it back frоm him” ассоrding to hiѕ son Dоnаld Jordan Jnr, аnd ѕооn the lосаtiоn of whеrе hiѕ fаthеr’ѕ сhurсh once sat wаѕ a рlасе to something еlѕе, something еntirеlу diffеrеnt. Hоwеvеr, Donald Jоrdаn Junior. Knew what wаѕ аt riѕk, he knеw thаt hiѕ father’s lеgасу wаѕ about tо bе fоrgоttеn and hе hаd to асt ѕwiftlу to аvоid such and in light оf this event hе opened Donald Jоrdаn Mеmоriаl Chареl аt 4083 Plеаѕаnt Ave. in Hamilton in Mаrсh аnd аgаin furthеring tоwаrdѕ preserving his fаmilу’ѕ lоng knоwn image he ореnеd аnоthеr lосаtiоn at 3520 Roosevelt Blvd. in Middletown. Aссоrding to Donald Jоrdаn Junior. thе new location рrоvidеd wаѕ mоrе fаvоrаblе thаn thе old one as he еxрlаinеd thаt “It асtuаllу wоrkеd out bеttеr because wе couldn’t grоw the buѕinеѕѕ whеrе wе were,” Jоrdаn Jr. said. “Thiѕ […]