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Q: The thought that jogging will cause bones and joints to degenerate more quickly is an example of the __________ theory of aging. a. cellular b. wear and tear c. autoimmune d. genetic
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User: The thought that jogging will cause bones and joints to degenerate more quickly is an example of the __________ theory of aging. a. cellular b. wear and tear c. autoimmune d. genetic mutation

Weegy: 1) autoimmune theory of aging. [ ]
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