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A cell is the smallest, most basic unit of life, that is capable of existing
by itself. Cells carry out the chemical processes that are necessary for
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There’s no doubt that you already know exercise is beneficial for your
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from adding more years to your lifespan to improving your sex life,
there are many advantages to leading an active lifestyle. However,
getting started with regular exercise is the most difficult part of the
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