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The term aging is usually understood to mean the biological aging of an organism, although objects also age over time. Biological aging in turn describes a kind of wear and tear that every organism is subject to throughout its life. A particularly striking feature of aging in humans is, for example, the formation of wrinkles on the face. The function of organs is also impaired by aging and the risk of numerous illnesses increases significantly in old age. As a result of biological aging, the maximum life expectancy of humans - like that of all other living beings - is limited.

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