Shopping at food banks to stretch scare dollars.
Half of American households have no savings and more than a quarter have no assets to fall back on in a crisis, a new study finds. More
BLOG: Economic Cost of Health Care
Closure of California adult day care centers falls hard on Latino families.
A decade after warning of dangers in hospitals, little has changed to on safety.
Many women don't recognize the warning signs of an impending hearth attack.
The Other Death Sentence: Aging and Dying in Prison
More than 100,000 Americans are destined to spend their final years in prison -- the prison of aging behind bars.
More Vacation Please
More than half of workers say they would take more paid vacation over a promotion, a bonus or the cushy corner office.
Growing Old with Mounting Debt
Seniors are growing old with the weight of a mountain of debt.
Young Doctors Drawn to End-of-Life Cases
Young doctors increasingly drawn to helping patients near the end of their lives and talking about end-of-life issues.
Rising Poverty Rate in US
Nearly half of all U.S. households have no savings to fall back on in a crisis and the poverty rate continues to rise.
Jobs Elude Older Workers
Older workers at the bottom of the economic ladder are far more likely to lose jobs and stay unemployed longer.
Elders Home Alone Without Day Care
California's funding cuts to senior day care leave elders home alone and senior workers jobless.
Latino Elders Struggle for Care Alternatives
California's planned elimination of state-funded Adult Day Care falls hard on Hispanic families.
Latino Elders Struggle for Care Alternatives
California's planned elimination of state-funded Adult Day Care falls hard on Hispanic families.
State Funded Elder Day Care Centers Closing
The clock clicks down on California's state-funding elder day care facilities.
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