Study on Slower Brain Volume Loss in SuperAgers May Shed Light on Alzheimer’s, Other Dementias

Study on Slower Brain Volume Loss in SuperAgers May Shed Light on Alzheimer’s, Other Dementias
So-called “SuperAgers” lose brain volume more slowly than their normally aging peers, protecting them from dementia, according to a new study that proves yet again that Alzheimer’s disease — like other dementias — is not an inevitable fate in predestined individuals. The study, “Rates of Cortical Atrophy in Adults 80 Years and Older With Superior vs. Average Episodic

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