While Alzheimer’s is most common in people who are 65-years old and older, the reality is that the disease can also strike younger people. In some extreme cases, people who are in their early thirties and even as young as their late twenties have been diagnosed with this disease.

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Alzheimer’s runs in my family. Up until recently, it was only on my mom’s side of the family, but my dad was recently diagnosed. November is National Alzheimer's Disease Month and since this is a subject that is near and dear to my heart, I wanted to share with you some ways that you can keep your brain healthy right now.

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