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We take a fascinating deep dive with Dr. Ollie Jay, Director of the Thermal Ergonomics Laboratory at The University of Sydney, into the science behind sweating, blood flow, and other ways the human body responds to extreme temperatures.

Watch Dr. Jay's presentation from our 2019 Annual Meeting in Phoenix: Using Physiological Evidence to Inform Extreme Heat Public Health Guidance (https://ams.confex.com/ams/2019Annual/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/354894).

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Dandy's Little Monsters by The Zombie Dandies is licensed under an Attribution License.
Aim to Stay by William Ross is licensed under an Attribution License.

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