Generally speaking, as people get older, their brains tend to get less healthy, and their cognitive abilities suffer as a result. This process typically starts when we are in our 20s or 30s, and often becomes noticeable in our 50s, 60s and 70s. But what “Superagers” – those people whose memories and other cognitive abilities don’t decline over time? A new imaging study shows that their brain activity looks a lot more like of a typical 25-year-old than that of a typical 85 year-old.

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