In America, death is not something we often talk about unless we are forced to by circumstance or tragedy. But at hospitals, death is an everyday occurrence and medical workers must quickly learn to deal with it. But how do they cope? WMRA’s Kara Lofton reports on one initiative, called "The Pause," that started at the University of Virginia Medical Center two years ago and is now slowly being adopted by hospitals all over the country.
One of the most hidden faces of food insecurity is that of the hungry child. In the third part of our series on Food Insecurity, WMRA’s Jordy Yager looks at how Charlottesville City schools and several groups are attempting to help kids eat better, more regular meals, and to learn good eating habits.
More than 350,000 senior citizens in Virginia have trouble paying their basic costs of living, including meals. In the fourth installment of WMRA’s series on food insecurity, Jordy Yager hits the road with the Meals on Wheels program in Charlottesville, which provides the retired -- and the homebound -- with daily meals and a little human touch.