Sometimes with aging comes forgetful moments. But your doctor may lead you to believe you have the most common form of dementia called Alzheimers, even if you don't. That is exactly what happened to Hudson Peel (age 81) and Miriam McCall (age 69) featured in Prevention Magazine's piece titled "I Thought I Had Alzheimer's". Alzheimers is a form of dementia which is a neurological impairment that impacts day to day life and prevents its' sufferers from leading a normal life. This August we were on the road again photographing these two inspiring individuals in Meriden, CT and Canton, OH.