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Study: Ibuprofen Extends Life in Simple Species

Five hundred years ago, Spanish explorer Ponce de León sailed to what is now Florida. Some say he was seeking the Fountain of Youth. Now, researchers have discovered a tantalizing hint to longer life in one of the world’s most commonly used medicines. Ibuprofen has been around since the 1960s. People take it every day for aches and pains, and to reduce fever and inflammation. In experiments with relatively simple organisms — yeast, worms, and fruit flies — Texas A&M...

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