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CBS4's Brooke Rogers talks with Beth Bowlen Wallace (credit: CBS)

Pat Bowlen’s Daughter ‘Very Protective’ Of Father Following Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

For the first time, Pat Bowlen’s daughter shared with CBS4’s Brooke Rogers her journey and her hope to make the Alzheimer’s fight part of a new kind of winning strategy.


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Charities Could Benefit If Denver Pot Shop Owner Gets Voted Onto ‘Survivor’

Charities are hoping people will vote for a Denver marijuana dispensary owner to get a second chance to compete on the CBS reality show “Survivor.”


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Alzheimer’s Patient Accused In Lakewood Killing May Never See Trial

The case of an 87-year-old Alzheimer’s patient accused in the deadly beating of a fellow assisted living resident highlights the challenges of prosecuting someone with the unpredictable mental disease.


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Expert: Alzheimer’s Beating In Lakewood Shows Disease’s Unpredictability

Mental health experts say the case of an 87-year-old Alzheimer’s patient suspected of killing his roommate at an assisted living facility in suburban Denver is rare and shows the difficulty of caring for those with the unpredictable disease.


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Avid Cyclist With Early Onset Alzheimer’s Rides For A Cure

A Denver outdoorsman plans to pedal 100 miles. It’s an annual ride he’s done before, but this time will be different.


Brenda Chedid plays cards with her grandmother, Christine Warner (credit; CBS)

Bad News About Women & Alzheimer’s Disease

Disturbing news was released Wednesday about women and Alzheimer’s disease. The new report shows women in their 60s are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s in their lifetime as they are breast cancer.


Lionel Seim in his kitchen (credit: CBS)

Alzheimer’s Patients Don’t Have To Quit Cooking

It’s something most people take for granted — cooking up a meal in the kitchen. But for people with Alzheimer’s, cooking becomes increasingly difficult, but not impossible.


A woman at the "Art and About" program (credit: CBS)

Program Reopens World Of Art To Early Stage Alzheimer’s Patients

A unique program from the Alzheimer’s Association and the Denver Art Museum is reaching out to a part of the public often underserved by the arts.



Denverite Uses Croquet To Help Alzheimer’s Patients

At Washington Park in Denver a man named James Creasey can often be found playing croquet with Alzheimer’s Disease patients and their families.


A Taking Action meeting for those suffering from Alzheimer's. (credit: CBS)

Alzheimer’s Patients, Family Share Stories To Cope

American adults are more afraid of getting Alzheimer’s than heart disease, stroke or diabetes. In a new survey, only fear of cancer ranked higher.



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