Jul 26, 2010
I haven't read it, but a review in the Economist (July 24, pg. 80) alerted me to a new book on aging, "The Youth Pill: Scientists at the Brink of an Anti-Ageing Revolution"). If the review is to be believed, this book successfully avoids many of the traps that anti-aging books fall into (such as "embracing decrepitude"). David Stipp is a medical writer for the Wall Street Journal.