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Mass burials unnecessary, may violate victims' rights World Health Organization A few days after super typhoon Yolanda hit several areas in Visayas, local officials opted to bury the unidentified bodies of over a hundred fatalities in a mass grave.
The medical staff, which included doctors and nurses, were to treat residents who were sick and injured as a result of the typhoon, which battered the Visayas region on Friday, leaving a staggering number of fatalities over 2,000 and counting in its
After the strength of Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines this weekend, initial estimates by the Red Cross put the death toll to more than 1,000 but the actual extent of damage is yet to be assessed. With communication disrupted by
Follow j. on and Like all medical schools, the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Touro University California has a gross anatomy lab...But Touro's lab has something no other West Coast lab can claim: a kosher seal of approval. Bruce Silverman in
Gravediggers urge the government to increase their wages and take steps to improve their living conditions The sight of a dead body does not create an emotional turbulence in 51-year-old Narayana. A gravedigger at the Harischandra Ghat graveyard, he
If you were alive and on the internet yesterday, you're already familiar with the very latest in Tumblr cringe porn: "Selfies at Funerals." Created by Brooklyn-based editor Jason Feifer, "Selfies at Funerals" combines two things Americans loathe (
00 AM Updated: Thursday, October 24, 2013, 10:00 AM Paul Sancya via AP Spanish scientists are replacing crash test dummies with dead bodies to better study the effects of car crashes. Cash-strapped Spanish scientists are set to use dead human bodies
Severe weather caused 49 deaths as Lao Airlines plane ATR 7620 twin turboprop crashed during flight QV 301 near Pakes Airport in Laos into Mekong River. Six of the dead were belongs to Australia.
In 1752, British Parliament passed the Murder Act, which allowed medical facilities to dissect the bodies of executed murderers. However, there weren't enough capital criminals to meet the demand for bodies for anatomical studies, which led to a
12 October 2013 2 View comments Police forces have been criticised for paying officers hundreds of pounds in macabre' bonuses for dealing with dead bodies. Families of victims of accidents and crime are likely to be horrified that officers are