‘Superagers’, Or Older Adults With Razor-Sharp Memory, Have Lower Depression Rates: Study

[ad_1] Superagers, or adults in their eighties with razor-sharp memory, have lower rates of depression and anxiety. These adults, who recall everyday events and life experiences with the same accuracy as someone aged 20 to 30 years younger to them, show faster movement speed than other older adults, according to a study published July 14 … Read more