Pat Bowlen has left an indelible mark on the Broncos, certainly. But his presence and success in the NFL transformed the Denver community, too.
The announcement that Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is suffering from Alzheimer’s pushed the disease into the spotlight Wednesday, but for many families, battling it is a quiet and private journey.
Annabel and Pat Bowlen have been visible and active in Denver’s community, but much less about the Bowlen children. There’s certainly a chance they might take over the Denver Broncos Franchise at some point.
The Denver Broncos have confirmed to CBS4 that Pat Bowlen has resigned control of the team due to his battle with Alzheimer’s disease.
A Denver outdoorsman plans to pedal 100 miles. It’s an annual ride he’s done before, but this time will be different.
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.
Those who study aging say we should prepare for a big increase in those who suffer from dementia. With older people living longer it could be a burden on caregivers.
Could studying Down syndrome help unlock the mystery of Alzheimer’s disease? Researchers are now investigating why people with Down syndrome are at a high risk for Alzheimer’s.
We all like fancy and high tech when it comes to medical testing, but researchers have found a simpler way to hone in towards a diagnosis of early Alzheimer’s. As CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains, all it takes is a spoonful of peanut butter and a ruler.