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Secrets of 'SuperAgers' who possess brains as sharp as people 20 to 30 years younger

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"I'm bored. I feel like a Corvette being used as a grocery cart," says 85-year-old Carol Siegler. Siegler is part of an elite group enrolled in the Northwestern SuperAging Research Program. The program has been studying the elderly with superior memories for 14 years.
Published 2 months ago · Albany, United States

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