3 Every 67 seconds someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer's. It's an alarming figure researchers say affects more women than men. 5 million Americans are living with the disease. Nearly two-thirds of them are women. And tonight - a new report has more alarming news for women in their 60's. Channel 4's Tim Pulliam is live tonight with more. 3 3 00-05 15-20 Joanne Reinhart knows all to well the struggles of caring for a loved one with the disease.2006 She became the caregiver for her father until he died a few years ago.It was a stressful expensive period in her life.JoAnne Reinhart/ Father died from Dementia 173840 The guilt I was feeling, the meetings with attorney's-ok pay this out of this check book because we have to spend down to get him on Medicaid.It's a stress that the Alzheimer's Association says disproportionately effects women than men. Including the disease itself:According to the latest statistics from the organization, Women over 65 have a 1 in 6 chance of developing Alzheimer's and men of a similar age have a 1 in 11 chance of developing the disease.Women in their 60's are two times more likely to develop the disease.At 53, Reinhart says she's prepared for the possibility of being diagnosed with Alzheimer's one day, but admits she is afraid to undergo a cognitive screening test to see if she is at risk.174110 Unless there's a cure and I hope it will be or slow it down substantially. I've planned financially for it but I don't know how you plan emotionally. Michelle Branham with Alzheimer's Association say because women are at the epicenter of the Alzheimer's, every woman in her 40's or older should treat it just as seriously as breast cancer. 174838 We don't know why it is disproportionate.That would be apart of the research and I'm sad to say we don't know yet. That's why I think a strong commitment to research is going to be imperative. And that's why we have to talk about it a lot and loudly because we need more research and funding towards it. 3 Here's another fact, Branham says Florida has the second highest rate of Alzheimer's in the nation.African Americans are twice more likely than whites to get the disease Tim, what are some of the the warning signs?