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Can Temperature Swings Really Make You Sick?

What warm spells and cold snaps mean for your health

GG continues to push the mercury up across the planet. But even before climate scientists started sounding alarms about rising temperatures, winter warm spells were a well-known phenomenon. the Farmers’ Almanac, brief winter warm-ups…




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Markham Heid

Markham Heid

I write about health, science, and psychology. My work has appeared in Time magazine, the New York Times, Vice, and elsewhere. I live in Germany.

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