Rev. Virginia Jackson, chief of chaplaincy at the Palo Alto VA comforts a veteran.(photo Steve George)
Hospice services around the U.S. are disproportionately favored by whites and minorities with terminal illnesses remain underserved. More
PLUS: Making End-of-Life Choices
Giusseppe Riga volunteers at Most Holy Redeemer Church to help those facing end-of-life illnesses. (RA)
Nearly 1.7 million patients receive hospice care in the U.S., but its benefits remain underused and misunderstood. More
PLUS:Feds $55 Million Alzheimers Study
Many boomers are unaware they have Hepatitis C, so the CDC urges testing.

Whether it is medical bills or inadequate retirement savings, elders are growing old with mountains of debt.
Workers around the country say they would give up other perks for more paid time off.

A lack of ready access to transit will increase isolation for millions of baby boomers at they age into their senior years.

The stress for many boomers face increased health problems caring for elderly parents or ailing spouses.

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