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Meet the ‘super-agers’ who defy the effects of old age

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TODAY special anchor Maria Shriver visits a group of senior citizens known as “super-agers” whose brains have been shown to be as sharp as those of people in their 20s. Late in life they’re taking on new challenges, learning to play piano and chess, and preventing loss of memory as well as aches and pains formerly considered inevitable.