Report: Record Number Of Americans Skipping Doctor, Meds To Save Cash

If you’re like nearly half of all Americans, you have likely put off going to the doctor or picking up your prescription in order to save some money.

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO–09/27/2011

82-year-old "Harriet Wilson" - who did not want to give her real name - is dealing with estate planning and paying for care of her ill 88-year-old husband. (credit: Charles Feldman)

The Costs of Elder Care: The Race Against Time

By Charles Feldman KNX 1070 Investigative Reporter LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Burbank resident Von Johnson, 56, is finding out what more and more adult children are learning as they navigate the often turbulent waters of […]

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO–05/12/2011

Sex Offenders Found Living In Local Elderly Care Facilities

No one expects a sex offender to be living in a nursing home but that is what we uncovered — 100 sex offenders living in local facilities for the elderly.

CBS2 / KCAL9–02/21/2011

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Money 101: ‘Eldercare’ For Boomers

A local author and professional caregiver gives her take on important issues “baby boomer” seniors and others will face on the road to eldercare.


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Next LAUSD Chief: Free Health Care For All Students

Months before even taking office, the incoming LAUSD Superintendent has voiced his own version of health care reform that has some people shaking their heads.

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO–02/03/2011


Cuts To Elder Care Could Cost State Lives, Money

The grooves in Jose Lanz’s gold college ring have been worn smooth by time, just as age and illness have eroded the 71-year-old Cuban’s mind and body.


LA County Extends Child Care Aid For Ex-Welfare Recipients

Nearly 12,000 local families who have moved off welfare and into the workforce will be spared the effects of nearly $1-billion in veto cuts made by Gov. Schwarzenegger.


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Officials: LA Hospital Staff Shortages Put Babies At Risk

Investigators say the neonatal intensive care unit at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center has put critically ill babies at risk because of an insufficient number of qualified staff to care for them.

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO–10/12/2010