Barb Shaeffer, 85, works on one of the two crossword puzzles she does every morning in her kitchen in Chicago. Shaeffer is part of a Northwestern study of SuperAgers, elderly people who continue to stay cognitively sharp even as they age.
( Heather Charles / August 17, 2012 )
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