What Should You Do?

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Leeza vs. Alzheimer's

Ms. Leeza Gibbons, 47, is a busy lady. The fetching former ET and Extra emcee is still dishing Hollywood on her national syndicated radio program. She also hosts Lifetime's handy-tips-for-women-in-peril series What Should You Do? (Saturdays at 11 pm/ET). Not only that, she hawks her own beauty line, Sheer Cover, in infomercials. However, Leeza's main passion these days is charity work, specifically on behalf of battling Alzheimer's disease, which runs in her family. Here, she shares with TV Guide Online her very personal and poignant story.

TV Guide Online: What's your personal connection to Alzheimer's?
Leeza Gibbons:
When my grandmother died, my mother had just been diagnosed with the same disease. At that funeral, it was so powerful for me to see my mother looking at the face of her mother — knowing that that was her own future. And I'm looking at my mom, thinking, "I've got a daughter and two sons. I don't want them to have  Read Full Article

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Leeza vs. Alzheimer's

Ms. Leeza Gibbons, 47, is a busy lady. The fetching former ET and Extra emcee is still dishing Hollywood on her national syndicated radio program. She also hosts Lifetime's handy-tips-for-women-in-peril series What Should You Do? (Saturdays at 11 pm/ET). Not only that, she hawks her own beauty line, Sheer Cover, in infomercials. However, Leeza's main passion these days is charity work, specifically on behalf of battling Alzheimer's disease, which runs in her family. Here, she shares with TV Guide Online her very personal and poignant story. TV Guide Online: What's your personal connection to Alzheimer's?Leeza Gibbons: When my grandmother died, my mother had just been diagnosed with the same disease. At that funeral, it was so powerful for me to see my mother looking at the face of her mother — knowing that that was her own future. And I'm looking at my mom, thinking, "I've got a daughter and two sons. I don't want them to have read more

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Premiered: August 23, 2003, on Lifetime
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Premise: Tips on dealing with various crises are illustrated in real-life stories of survival. Each episode presents four reenacted emergencies and suggested courses of action.

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