Heather M. Snyder, Director of Medical and Scientific Operations for the Alzheimer's Association looks out of a window at the Association's Headquarters in Chicago on June 21, 2013. Not

 

              Heather M. Snyder, Director of Medical and Scientific Operations for the Alzheimer
Heather M. Snyder, Director of Medical and Scientific Operations for the Alzheimer's Association looks out of a window at the Association's Headquarters in Chicago on June 21, 2013. Noticing you have a decline beyond the occasional misplaced car keys or forgotten name could be the very earliest sign of Alzheimer's, several research teams are reporting. "If you notice a change in your pattern of either yourself or a loved one, seek a health care professional's evaluation," said Snyder. "It could be a lack of sleep or nutritional, but it may be something more than that." (AP Photo/Scott Eisen)