Bob and Carol Drew have been married more than six decades. How do they navigate the difficult spots in their relationship?
At 82, 92, and 102, you might expect our three guests to be retired. Their love of their art is what keeps them going.
As Colorado's population of people older than 65 rises, more are likely to face a tough time getting nutritious food. We ask two experts why, and what it means.
Ninety percent of seniors want to live in their homes as they age, but what does it take to make that happen?
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In "The Takeover," Pockross writes about relocating her parents from Chicago to Denver to become their primary caregiver.
The ratio of caregivers to those who need help will decline by half as Colorado's elderly population increases, according to AARP.
Colorado has one of the fastest growing populations of people 65 and older and that means large numbers of people retiring from jobs and more demand for many services.
Seniors who run several times a week burn about the same energy walking as a 20-year-old.