Stem Cells are often referred to as ?master? cells. According to the National Institutes of Health, the primary role of adult stem cells is to maintain and repair tissue. As we age, our adult stem cells decrease in number. Due to the degradation of our adult stem cells over a lifetime we become more open to degenerative disorders, injury, and experience decreased recovery from all health-related issues. Adult stem cells have the potential to develop into most tisues in the body and have the capacity to migrate toward problem or damaged areas. ....read more