It seems crazy, but the Harvard team’s experiments revolve around what happens to cells as we get older. As we age, our cells lose oxygen. Without oxygen, energy levels for everything inside of us — our blood and our organs — decreases and eventually stops working. As we age, NAD, a naturally-occurring chemical in our body, drops to about half of what our body creates when we’re younger.
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Let’s face it: getting older is a fact of life. Or is it? What if we discovered a way to not just stop it, but to reverse it? Scientists at Harvard think it’s possible. They developed a natural chemical that successfully turned old mice into young mice.
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