body temperature


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Related to body temperature: basal body temperature, Low body temperature
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The body's temperature rises rapidly, the sweating mechanism fails and the body is unable to cool down consequently the body temperature can rise to 106o F or higher within 10 to 15 minutes, it added.
During mating season, researchers saw a rise in morning heart rate and body temperature, suggesting that tegu lizards have an unusual ability to produce and sustain body heat.
This video, "LOVE THERMO #WarmUpWithLove," captures the experiment we conducted to see how "love makes up feel warm inside," how people's body temperature changes with words of love.
A new research focuses more discussion on how varying body temperatures affect (http://www.
However, the focus of prior studies has been on how body temperature influenced the virus as opposed to the immune system, said study senior author and Yale professor of immunobiology Akiko Iwasaki.
As above, use a dropper and nose drops that have been warmed to body temperature, squeeze the bulb and let two or three drops fall into the nostril.
We calculated residual from the relationship of body temperature to SVL to produce body-temperature adjusted variables that maintained variation of extrinsic factors and minimized confounding effects of size.
Their body temperatures will rise rapidly and they will start hyperventilating.
Sweating is the body's mechanism to control body temperature.
In Japan, a survey among 50 female workers in the age group of 20 and 30 revealed that just 10 per cent measure their body temperature regularly.
As long as the environment temperature, varies this applies to serpents' body temperature, thus affecting their motor and physiological processes.
I am not necessarily opposed to their use, but we will address in this article the issues dealing primarily with the importance of restoring and maintaining a normal core body temperature.
Fluctuations in internal body temperature regulate the body's circadian rhythm, the 24-hour cycle that controls metabolism, sleep, and other bodily functions, according to a study published in Science.
LONG-TERM CALORIE RESTRICTION, BUT NOT ENDURANCE EXERCISE, LOWERS CORE BODY TEMPERATURE IN HUMANS.
Objectives: To evaluate the impact of lying on the ear on the measurement of body temperature by a tympanic thermometer.