Reviewed by Carol
DerSarkissian, MD on
July 15, 2019
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Cleveland Clinic: “Fever,” “How to Use a Thermometer to Take Your Temperature,” “Vital Signs.”
European Commission: “Liar, Liar, Nose On Fire.”
Kidshealth.org: “A Kid’s Guide to Fever.”
Harvard Health Publications: “Normal Body Temperature: Rethinking the Normal Human Body Temperature.”
Law and Order Magazine: “Estimating the Time Of Death in Practical Homicide Investigations.”
National Sleep Foundation: “Does Your Body Temperature Change While You Sleep?”
Office of Population Affairs: “Fertility Awareness (Natural Family Planning): The Facts.”
Princeton University: “Cold Stress Facts.”
Rush University Medical Center: “Five Facts About Winter Health.”
University of Michigan: “What is Caffeine?”
University of Rochester Medical Center: “Vital Signs (Body Temperature, Pulse Rate, Respiration Rate, Blood Pressure).”
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