Scientists at Stanford University have completed a study, and the study found that since the 19th century, the average human body temperature had dropped in the U.S. One researcher says that our temperature isn’t what people think it is. Julie Parsonnet, MD, says that we grew up learning that 98.6 degrees is our normal body temperature is wrong. The 98.6F … Continue reading (Date:01/10/2020 15:32) Read full article >>

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