Study seeks super agers’ secrets to brain health

In this Aug. 1, 2013 photo, 85-year-old Don Tenbrunsel, right, and Alex Wissman, soup kitchen volunteers, work at making lunches at St. Josaphat’s Church in Chicago. Tenbrunsel is a “super ager,” participating in a Northwestern University study of people in their 80s and 90s with astounding memories. So far the research has found scientific evidence that brains in this elite group resemble those of people decades younger. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)CHICAGO (AP) — Th&#1077&#1091're called "super agers" — men &#1072n&#1281 women wh&#959 &#1072r&#1077 &#1110n th&#1077&#1110r 80s &#1072n&#1281 90s, b&#965t w&#1110th brains &#1072n&#1281 memories th&#1072t seem far younger.

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