Things That Make Us Warm

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Hats, Scarves, Sweaters, Boots, Gloves. All of these are clothing items that we, as humans, wear in order to keep ourselves warm. Hats, scarves, boots, sweaters, gloves, they all entrap the heat our body radiates in order to keep us at a normal body temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. I personally would not be able to survive the harsh winters of New England without boots, gloves, or sweaters.

Fireplaces, comforters, and warm drinks also help us sustain a normal body temperature. Blankets help us stay warm at night when temperatures drop, they’re cozy and soft and all around perfect, at least I think so! A nice cup of coffee or tea by the fire can not only give us a warm tingly feeling inside, it can also keep us physically warm.

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/001982.htm

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  1. Yes, the graphics are nice (maybe put text around the photos???) Can you add to the idea of clothing that keeps us warm in geographical areas…is this true for all of the USA (San Diego today is 74 degrees) How does our warm clothing define us?…need more of YOU in blog! Attempts to synthesize information and form new meaning; well organized
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