Detective Traci Cravitz of the Boulder Police Department's financial crime unit talks about the monetary exploitation of Colorado's elders.
- Researchers at the University of Colorado found older drivers with a history of falling are 40 percent more likely to be involved in crashes than their peers.Read more
Older white men take their own lives more frequently than any other demographic group. But why?
- The number of elderly male inmates in U.S. prisons has gotten 15 times bigger than what was in the early 1980s.Read more
- Limited editions pieces by light and sound artist Dorothy Tanner on display through Dec. 30.Read More
- The study aims to zero in on two things: the intensity of the exercise and whether improvements in brain function improve quality of life.Read more
A new survey finds that maintaining physical and mental health, and losing memory, are the top three concerns about aging for older adults in Denver.
Other states have more tools to test aging drivers, get them off the road and find them other transportation options
The number of Colorado drivers 65 and older is growing rapidly and many outlive their ability to drive safely.
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.