A new study is revealing some of the secrets to preventing memory loss. The latest research revealed that a very targeted demographic referred to as Super Agers may have found the proverbial fountain of youth.

Super Agers are men and women in their 80s and 90s with brains and memories that seem, well, way younger ... sometimes even like that of someone in his or her 60s. Dr. Leigh Vinocur told Fox News' Heather Childers that while there aren't too many Super Agers out there, they do have several things in common.

Almost all were cognitively active, socially engaged, tended to their appearances, lived healthy lifestyles and possessed optimistic views on life.

But yes, Vinocur admits there's also the issue of genetics at work. 

Find out more in the interview above -- and pick up a crossword puzzle today!