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Embalming works well for the restoration and temporary preservation of the deceased, but it is not required under any circumstances and it is not a public health benefit. Embalming was developed during the Civil War to transport fallen soldiers home from the battlefields. Today, refrigeration and other cooling methods such as dry ice are available, so embalming has limited benefits. The United States is the only country in the world to routinely embalm the dead.


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