Jul 11, 2021

‘Superager’ Brains Resist The March of Time to Have Memories Like 25-Year-Olds

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A rare group of humans known as “superagers” can grow up without their minds growing old.

Even in their 60s, 70s, and 80s, a lucky few maintain incredibly youthful memories, recalling new experiences, events, and situations just as well as people decades younger.

New research now suggests that’s because their brains have somehow resisted the march of time.

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