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Meet the ‘super agers’ with excellent brain health

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TODAY special anchor Maria Shriver meets a group of senior citizens deemed “super agers,” who have avoided many diseases of old age and maintained incredible brain power. They’ve agreed to eventually donate their brains to help researchers better understand the mysteries of growing old.