It takes knowledge to take on Alzheimer’s.

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Why taking on Alzheimer’s is so important.

Alzheimer’s disease is projected to impact more of us as our population gets older. So it’s important to reduce risks and spot signs as soon as possible. Screening and early detection are a chance for more time to make the choices that are right for you.


Get the facts.

Two-thirds of people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s are women.*

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Support a Healthy Brain

Find out how you can reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s by exercising, lowering blood pressure, eating healthy, and more.

More about Reducing Risks

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Recognize the Signs

Knowing the difference between signs of aging and symptoms of Alzheimer’s can help you contact your health care provider about screening and early detection.

More About Alzheimer’s Symptoms

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Getting a Formal Diagnosis

Receiving a diagnosis is the first step toward planning for the future and making sure your wishes are followed.

Find your Path Forward