One in three U.S. adults is taking care of someone who is elderly, sick or has special needs.
That's part of a new report from the National Alliance for Caregiving.
It finds women carry the bulk of caregiving responsibilities -- many while running households and working outside the home, as well.
On average, caregivers spend about 20-hours a week taking care of someone else.
The report is based on interviews with about 15-hundred people.