Nobody likes aging. The hair grays, the brain slows, the muscles ache and we enter a slow steady decline, as the cells in our body lose
the ability to regenerate and heal themselves.We may as well admit it; we are all prone to bouts of vanity. It’s a natural human instinct,
but sadly age does not just affect our looks; it brings health risks too. Our immune cells weaken and we are become at high risk to any number of diseases including, heart problems, damaged eyesight, hair loss, impaired hearing and memory loss, to name but
a few. The whole process can be difficult to cope with and many people find it hard to accept.
In medical science, the aging process was always seen as something that just had to be put up with, an inevitable part of life we
could do nothing about. However, breakthroughs in Stem Cell research are completely changing the way we view the aging process. Our understanding of human cells means that there are now methods we can use to slow down the aging process.