Other states have more tools to test aging drivers, get them off the road and find them other transportation options
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The number of Colorado drivers 65 and older is growing rapidly and many outlive their ability to drive safely.
Some dogs have the power to detect epileptic seizures before they occur, becoming a powerful ally to the disabled, a dog trainer says.
Heart surgeries and other similarly involved procedures are being postponed or patients are being referred to alternative health care providers at no additional cost.
In his recent article in The New York Times, Steve Knopper says while his mom's disease is devastatingly sad, it sometimes makes her more fun to be around.
The average user of birth control pills saved $255 in the first year after an Affordable Care Act requirement that insurers cover contraceptives without copays went into effect, a study finds.
For the second time, the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a key part of the Affordable Care Act.
As part of our series on aging in Colorado, a CU doctor explains how altitude can affect when and how people die.
While they may be slowing down, they're still taking epic bike tours, crossing finish lines -- even teaching fitness classes. How people in their 80s keep in shape.
While Scott Kelly lives at the International Space Station, his twin, Mark Kelly -- husband of former Sen. Gabrielle Giffords -- will remain earthbound so scientists can compare reactions to different environments.
Bob and Carol Drew have been married more than six decades. How do they navigate the difficult spots in their relationship?
It's more complicated than usual to get critical information to people who live the near the Colorado Smelter Superfund site in south Pueblo.
Colorado's health exchange is waiting for news from the U.S. Supreme Court, but it also faces the challenge of fiscal sustainability.