Tracking the Potenial of Cognitive Decline

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Alzheimer's can be a devastating disease - but one Redwood City company has developed technology that could give  insight as to whether you're susceptible to this disease. It's called Neurotrack and in just five minutes, users can get a peek into their future.

Their theory is knowing your risk, can help you prevent, and thus prepare. CEO Elli Kaplan believes knowledge is power when it comes to Alzheimer's - the debilitating, swift and isolating disease millions of people will face.

The test tracks eye movement serving as a gateway and providing much needed clues into brain health. Kaplan says aging is inevitable but cognitive decline and dementia related diseases are not.