Have you heard? Some company in New Jersey has discovered the fountain of youth and created a pill that will get rid of gray hair. And $30 buys you a month's supply! It's the most amazing advance in public health/boomer vanity ever. So, why am I being informed of it via a corporate "news release" and not national breaking-into-prime-time roadblock-style coverage? Because, well, this outfit also claims it has natural potions that can smooth away your wrinkles (Wrinkle Remedy), tuck you in at night (Sleep Tight), wake you up in the morning (Wake Up On Time) and cure your middle-aged blues (MenoPause Chill Pills). But back to Go Away Gray, which has something to do with the enzyme catalase and sprang from the brain of "a mother of three and a long-time proponent of natural remedies." Is that description instilling confidence out there? The shill masters at Rise-N-Shine LLC are hyping Go Away Gray so hard that they've issued a challenge to famous silver fox Anderson Cooper. They'll give the CNN anchor $1 million if he'll lose his trademark gray for the next five years (and spread the product gospel via social media). What are the chances he'll go for it? I'll be waiting for the real reporting on this "miracle" supplement (local news doesn't count) while dying my roots and nursing my cynicism. Think there's a cure for that?