Old mice grow young again in the study.  Can people do the same?  |  CNN

Old mice grow young again in the study. Can people do the same? | CNN

CNN – In Boston labs, old, blind mice have regained their sight, developed smarter, younger-looking brains, and built healthier muscle tissue and kidneys. On the flip side, young mice age prematurely, with devastating results for nearly every tissue in their bodies. Experiments show that aging is a said anti-aging expert David Sinclair, professor of genetics …

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