Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Amazon Indigenous Group’s Lifestyle May Hold a Key to Slowing Down Aging

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This shows a boy in a canoeThe Tsimane, an indigenous people from the Bolivian Amazon, have less brain atrophy than American aging adults, a new study reports. Additionally, the decrease in their brain volume associated with aging is 70% less than seen in older American adults.