SuperAger brains shrink more slowly than peers' brains

The brains of SuperAgers (those 80 years old and older whose memories are as sharp as healthy people in their 50s and 60s) shrink much slower than their age-matched peers, resulting in a greater resistance to ‘typical’ memory loss and dementia, a new path-breaking study that shows. x

Originally posted 2017-04-05 15:53:15.

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