An imaging study reveals why older adults are better at remembering positive events.
Examination of the brains from 9 “super-aged” — people over 80 whose memory performance was at the level of 50-year-olds — has found that some of them had almost no tau tangles.
A new study provides more support for the idea that cognitive decline in older adults is a product of a growing inability to ignore distractions.
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