Age Does Not Impair Decision-making, Provides Some Cognitive Benefits

Contrary to the widely held belief that cognitive function starts to decline in the mid-forties, a new study finds that aging does not correlate with a decrease in decision-making ability.

http://www.highlighthealth.com/aging/age-impair-decision-making-provides-cognitive-benefits/

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