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In a new report to the Council on Contemporary Families for Older Americans Month, New York University researchers Eric Klinenberg, Stacy Torres, and Elena Portacolone report on the unprecedented movement of the elderly toward solo living.
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To learn more about aging alone, please read the full report, Aging Alone: A CCF Briefing Report.
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