THURSDAY, Aug. 25 (HealthDay News) — It’s your routine visit to the doctor in 2020. There’s the blood pressure check, the standard vision tests, and, oh yes, your anti-aging shot.
I really don’t think this is a good idea. Anti-aging might make possible having babies at a latter age in life. I can see some women having 20 something kids in a lifetime. The world population is already too large as it stands.
Not to mention that what it would do to countries that have some form of Social Security as we do now. The average life expectancy is 77 years of age, if this vaccine works as well in humans as it does for mice, the average life expectancy would be 92 years of age. Based on this it would probably force similar countries to raise retirement age from 65 to 80! What do you think?Powered by Sidelines