Alzheimer’s Foundation conducting memory screenings Tuesday

    Tuesday is National Memory Screening Day, and the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America is conducting screenings all over the nation to help people determine if they should follow up with a doctor for their memory problems.

    The free screenings are five- to 10-minute memory tests used to help people assess their memory strength and detect signs of Alzheimer’s early.

    The Alzheimer’s Foundation lists screening sites and times by state and ZIP code.

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