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Which features start to go first when the human body ages?

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Default Which features start to go first when the human body ages?



Like what parts of the body lose their functioning ability on average for most people (e.g., vision, memory, free-flowing thought)? Also, even include non-physical things such as ideals, motivation or mental energy.
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