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Sipping two quarts of cool but not cold water throughout the day is also a good bet, advises Francois Haman, a human thermoregulation expert at the University of Ottawa.
These cells and are used for energy storage and thermoregulation.
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Origin and Etymology of thermoregulation
First Known Use: 1927See Words from the same year
medical Definition of thermoregulation
thermoregulateplay \-ˈreg-yə-ˌlāt\ verb thermoregulated; thermoregulating
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