Blood of Young Mice Could Be Key to Reverse Aging

Scientists found improvements in physical and mental strength of mice when injected with blood from younger mice.
0:30 | 05/05/14

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Scientist have apparently found a way to reverse the effects of aging. At least in mice. Three studies show older mice can be rejuvenated. -- -- with the blood of younger mice. It -- stem cells and muscles and increases endurance and memory. Researchers now want to eventually run that experiment on people they -- could one day help treat alzheimer's heart disease and other --

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