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 What is the normal human body temperature in Celsius?

Answer The equivalent to 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit is 37 degrees Celsius.This is the "average" normal human body temperature, which is slightly lower in adults. The range is 36.8 degrees plus or minus 0.7 d... Read More »
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What is the highest recorded human body temperature?

I've been a nurse for 18 years and have taken thousands and thousands of temperatures...Your temp 40.8C is 105.4F. The highest one I ever took was 105.2. The body can start having seizures around ... Read More »
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Is red wine supposed to be served chilled or room temperature?

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What causes human babies to have a temperature 100.9?

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