Scientists make old muscles young again in attempt to combat aging

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    Scientists make old muscles young again in attempt to combat aging

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    Scientists make old muscles young again in attempt to combat aging
    Viagra is old news.
     
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    That sounds good to me. I've always gotten sore muscles after a good amount of activity, I think at a more frequent rate than average based on what I can tell.
     
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    Hmm. the heart is a muscle.

    And this could prevent dymensia in right wingers?
     
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    Aging countries face problems down the road...
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    UN warns over impact of rapidly ageing populations
    1 October 2012 - Japan is the only country at present where 30% of the population are over 60
     

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