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Ailing community (Crain''s New York Business)
Born and bred in Harlem, 72-year-old Barbara Skinner is on the verge of leaving her neighborhood.

In poor health and unable to work, more seniors ending up homeless (Kansas City Star)
FORT WORTH, Texas - (KRT) - When he was younger, Jay Koster worked as an insurance underwriter, a metal worker and a packager. Now 71, he has a bad hip and is in no shape to work. But he''s not enjoying his twilight years in a comfortable home.

NEWS (North Jersey.com)
Shelia Charles, 54, has been on disability since 1995 for a heart condition. The Paterson resident, who can''t leave her home without help, says the thing she misses most is going to church.

Medicare: Bring on the Tech (Wired News)
Rising chronic-care costs have officials at Medicare scurrying for technology to help save the program some bucks. Recent studies suggest it''s a risky approach. By Kristen Philipkoski.

Struggling to survive (Star-Telegram)
William Littlejohn stays in the 55-and-older section at the Presbyterian Night Shelter. The men in the room range in age from 56 to 81, one resident said.

In poor health and unable to work, more seniors ending up homeless (Pioneer Press)
FORT WORTH, Texas - (KRT) - When he was younger, Jay Koster worked as an insurance underwriter, a metal worker and a packager. Now 71, he has a bad hip and is in no shape to work. But he''s not enjoying his twilight years in a comfortable home.

In poor health and unable to work, more seniors ending up homeless (The Times Leader)
FORT WORTH, Texas - (KRT) - When he was younger, Jay Koster worked as an insurance underwriter, a metal worker and a packager. Now 71, he has a bad hip and is in no shape to work. But he''s not enjoying his twilight years in a comfortable home.

In poor health and unable to work, more seniors ending up homeless (Macon Telegraph)
FORT WORTH, Texas - (KRT) - When he was younger, Jay Koster worked as an insurance underwriter, a metal worker and a packager. Now 71, he has a bad hip and is in no shape to work. But he''s not enjoying his twilight years in a comfortable home.

Medicare: Bring on the Tech (Wired News)
Rising chronic-care costs have officials at Medicare scurrying for technology to help save the program some bucks. Recent studies suggest it''s a risky approach. By Kristen Philipkoski.

Struggling to survive (Star-Telegram)
William Littlejohn stays in the 55-and-older section at the Presbyterian Night Shelter. The men in the room range in age from 56 to 81, one resident said.