Well, it was only a matter of time. A biomed company may have found the fountain of youth. At the end of DNA strands are things called Telomeres. Think of them as a way to prevent replication issues when a cell divides - aging. The longer the telomere, the less issue with replication. This company has found a way to lengthen the telomeres, in effect, rolling back the aging clock. The founder now 44, claims that she has the telomeres of a person in their 20's. If true, science has found the fountain of youth. All it takes is a massive data store to hold your DNA sequence and crunch the numbers to lengthen them. Big Data indeed and you better QA the results perfectly. Gives new meaning to the question if you'll outlive your 401K!