How the Brains of 'SuperAgers' Are Different

February 4, 2015 7:05 PM

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How the Brains of 'SuperAgers' Are Different

The brains of a select group of elderly people called “SuperAgers” look very different from many of their peers, according to a recently published study.

The SuperAgers were picked to be studied because all were over age 80 and had the memory capability of a person 20 to 30 years their junior according the study recently published in the Journal of Neurology.

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