Uh-Oh, Dracula is dead, right?

In Aging, Alzheimer's, Brain Disorders, Brain Science, Dementia by Brainy Days Ahead

Using donations from 18 year-old humans, researchers at Alkahest, a research company, gave middle-aged mice two doses of human blood each week and monitored the reactions. Prior to the treatment, as the mice aged, they showed reduced speed and diminished memory. After three weeks of the transfusions, that changed, and the rodents developed new brain cells and exhibited greater speed, agility and reaction times. Researchers concluded, “Young human plasma improves cognition…their memory was preserved.”