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Many regard Alzheimer’s as an old people’s disease, but TODAY special anchor Maria Shriver has important tips about lifestyle changes you can make right now to reduce your risk of getting it. As part of her Move for Minds initiative, Shriver showcases some activities that can help, including exercise as well as games that stimulate the brain.