You may have seen this news in a couple of places, but I saw it in the latest issue of the #AARP Bulletin. An article published in the Journal of Science and Nature Medicine reported that two teams of scientists discovered that the blood from young mice reverses aging in old mice, rejuvenating their muscles and brains. This may be old news for vampires. It explains why vampires live so long and why they suck blood from young people – the younger the better. According to Count Vlad #Dracula, Director of Vampires Studies at the University of Transylvania for the last 300 years, vampires have known this for centuries and instinctively seek out young victims. He warns researchers about using mice. He said, “Now that they have created these vampire mice, they must ensure that none escape out of the lab to terrorize the local villages.”
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