Why Aging Is Easier On Some People Than Others

A team of researchers from Northwestern University have figured out what sets apart so-called "super-agers"—people in their 80s or older with the memory of a person in their 50s or 60s. It turns out that this ability is reflected in their brains, which have some features that eclipse even healthy young people's brains.

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Written by Curiosity Staff April 27, 2017

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