How does the Lack of Gravity Affect the Human Body?

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The lack of gravity actually can affect the human body in a number of ways. One way for example is just simply walking which becomes impossible when you aren't grounded.
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The lack of gravity affects the human body by slowing down the body activities due to pressure. This includes the cellular activities and body organs as well.
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