Cartilage is present in the joints of our body, which helps in their smooth movement. With advancing age, this cartilage wears off. How would this affect the movement of joints?

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Cartilage is found in our body’s joints and helps to minimise friction during joint movement. However, as this cartilage wears away, the power of friction increases, reducing the fluidity of movement and causing joint pain. This cartilage deteriorates as people get older. This increases friction, which makes movement more difficult and causes joint pain.

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