Area hypochondriac Ted Myers, 55, keeps forgetting how to spell Alzheimer's. "Is that a symptom?" he asks. He had the Wikipedia page bookmarked to check for symptoms. "You can't remember them all, can you?" His parents died in their 70s of other causes, with barely a sign of memory loss. But Ted is watching an uncle, 85, who is in a nursing home. "He's a bit slow, dementia is bound to show up soon."