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AgeWise Colorado Observer
AgeWise Colorado Observer brings you brief senior-focused news capsules from around the state and the nation in addition to other nuggets of knowledge that may benefit Colorado’s older adults and their caregivers. Here’s the latest:
Guide to Aging in Place
If you decide that aging in place is the right choice for you or your loved one, consider AgeWise Colorado as your go-to resource for reliable information and trusted resources. We can easily connect you to the products and services that meet your needs.
Are You an Older Coloradan Considering Surgery? Read This First.
Disclaimer: The following article is for general information purposes only and not intended as medical advice. Always discuss your individual circumstances with your trusted physicians and other caregivers. A study
Feel the Burn A Guide to Calories Burned per Type of Physical Activity
You were outside doing a little gardening. You planted a few new herbs, pulled weeds, spread fertilizer, and watered. While digging in the soil and getting your hands dirty did
Home Modification Tax Credits for Coloradans Are Underutilized
By CO statute, the credit’s purpose is “to make retrofitting a residence for health, safety, and welfare more affordable.” To be eligible for the credit, taxpayers must have a taxable family income at or below $153,000 in 2022, which is adjusted for inflation each year. Eligible home modifications must improve ease of access and
Two Reasons Why Coloradans Should Be Careful about Checking Personal Health Issues Online
A 2021 survey found that close to 60% of Americans go online to get medical questions answered, and even more of us use online sources to research medical recommendations our doctors have given us. But there are two compelling reasons why you would be wise to tread carefully with this independent “research.”
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Mental Health in Colorado— A Special Focus on Men
The Hartford insurance company recently took a targeted look at what’s been called the stigma surrounding men’s mental health. According to the National Institutes of Health, approximately 6 million men