Latest Thermoregulation Stories
A nutrient thatâ€™s common to all living things can make hibernating marmots hungry - a breakthrough that could help scientists understand human obesity and eating disorders, according to a new study by a Colorado State University biologist.
LOUISVILLE, Colo., May 25 /PRNewswire/ -- A day after delivering her fourth child at Anaheim Regional Medical Center in Anaheim, California last December, 34-year-old Brynn Ervin suffered a cardiac arrest, the result of massive blood clots lodged in the main arteries that take blood to her lungs.
Could help scientists track paleoclimate, determine whether dinosaurs and other species were warm- or cold-blooded.
ATLANTA, May 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Hothead Technologies has executed an agreement with Shafer Medical Devices, a Division of Shafer Enterprises, LLC to develop and distribute a medical application of the H.O.T.(TM) System that supports the Shafer Medical Devices Hypo/Hyperthermic Pad in managing normothermia in patients, during pre-op, surgery, and post op.
Reasonable worst-case scenarios for global warming could lead to deadly temperatures for humans in coming centuries.
WATERTOWN, Mass., April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a recent study published by the Journal of Pediatric Nursing, "The utilization of TA thermometry offers a reliable method to measure temperature while also offering significant comfort benefits to children, decreasing risks associated with the rectal thermometry method, improving the quality and efficiency of nursing care, and improving patient and family satisfaction."(i) In the analysis comparing temporal artery and rectal thermometry...
How birds from different populations react to infections in their natural environment
In newborn mice, at least, mother's milk appears to have some rather immediate and potentially far-reaching metabolic consequences.
New study shows wild female batsâ€™ temperature regulation strategy is flexible.
LOUISVILLE, Colo., Jan.