Ha! I'll keep that in mind. Thanks for the tip.
As for the study, I think the work is cool, but we all need to read these press releases with a skeptical eye. Slowing or reversing aging in genetically altered mice isn't the same as doing it in normal mice. And just to temper a little bit, if you read the article itself, when the treatment was administered to old, non-genetically altered mice, there was some improvement in the look of the tissue, but not in the animal's muscle function, which is probably a bit more important. Cool study, and I think an important step for aging researchers, but not something to get carried away with, as the internet has a way of doing.