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A reduction in the number of common cold viruses and other upper respiratory infections appears to be connected to exercising at least _____ days a week. A. two B. three C. four D. five
A reduction in the number of common cold viruses and other upper respiratory infections appears to be connected to exercising at least FIVE days a week. The answer is D. Five. [ ]
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