Take Action On World Alzheimer’s Day

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world alzheimers day Take Action On World Alzheimers Day

There’s not a worse feeling in the world than watching the memory of loved one deteriorate right before your eyes and being left feeling helpless of not being able to reverse its effects. Although many of us think to ourselves, “this will never happen to me,” the sad truth is this disease affects 1 in 8 people over the age of 65 and nearly half over the age of 85. These shocking statistics have come to the attention of notable celebrities, victims and advocates alike who are taking action against this crippling disease and need you to join them and the Alzheimer’s Association in this cause for World Alzheimer’s Day

September 21st is World Alzheimer’s Day, which is raising awareness on the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s and uniting people everywhere to take action and raise money to fight against this disease that affects an estimated 35 million people worldwide and only continues to increase. By 2050, the chances of developing Alzheimer’s will grow to a staggering number of 100 million, that is unless we fight for a cure.

Maria Shriver and others stopped by the K-EARTH 101 Morning Show to talk more about what they’re doing to raise awareness and fight against the disease and how you can help. Educate yourself on the warning signs of Alzheimer’s and join others by donating to the cause at Actionalz.com or by participating in a Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk in you community.

Learn more about celebrity champions’ participation to help find a cure in the K-EARTH Morning Show interviews with First Lady of California Maria Shriver, Leah Thompson, Soleil Moon Frye, Leeza Gibbons, and Bryan Cranston.

Sign up for Maria Shriver’s March on Alzheimer’s on October 24th in Long Beach. Listen to the details of the walk in her interview with Gary Bryan and Lisa Stanley.

Lea Thompson joins the fight against Alzheimer’s.

Soleil Moon Frye and Leeza Gibbons will Join Maria Shriver at the March on Alzheimer’s.

Bryan Cranston also one of the many joining in the fight to find a cure.

Roslyn Kind –Barbara Streisand’s sister– stopped over to campaign against Alzheimer’s.

See the K-EARTH 101 Morning Show with their celeb guests:

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