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    A homeostatic imbalance:
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    ► a) Must be restored by negative feedback mechanisms
    ► b) Is considered the cause of most diseases
    ► c) Is when the internal conditions of the body become more stable
    ► d) Only occur when positive feedback mechanisms are overwhelmed

    Answer - b

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