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Research: Tsimane woman
The Tsimané live much as they have for generations, offering researchers insights about the health benefits of a hunter-forager-farmer lifestyle. (Photo/Courtesy of Tsimané Health and Life History Project Team)

For clues to healthy brain aging, look to the Bolivian Amazon

USC research finds that the daily lives of people in the Indigenous Tsimané and Mosetén communities resemble those of pre-industrial societies and may provide clues for preventing heart disease and cognitive decline.