Everyone wants to age well. These ‘super-agers’ know how.
Published on: 2023-09-30
Dr. Pedro Rosa-Neto quoted in The Montreal Gazette.
Whereas in the past patients would come to Rosa-Neto’s neuroimaging laboratory at the Douglas Research Centre when cognitive problems related to diseases like Alzheimer’s had already begun, now they come seeking prevention.
“This is kind of a paradigm shift, because people have this notion they can do things to prevent diseases,” he said. “Many have a relative that’s affected by dementia or any other age-related disease and want to know what they can do to try to prevent them. With knowledge comes better aging.”
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Source: The Montreal Gazette