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Cold Climates Can Worsen Pain of Chilly Hands and Feet

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During frigid temperatures, cold hands and feet can be more prone to pain. Cozy Products, manufacturer of energy-efficient heaters, explains a new blog regarding the topic. According to the Cozy blog published on January 7th, 2016, cold hands and feet are more sensitive to pain due to nerve endings that work in detecting temperatures. In more specifics, there are three different kinds—pain receptors triggered by extreme temperatures, warm receptors triggered by warm temperatures, and cold receptors triggered by cold temperatures. “As your hands and feet come in contact with extreme weather (like the cold), both cold and pain receptors are...

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The Science Behind Gender Temperature Wars in the Workplace: Why Women are More Susceptible to the Cold

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As reported by CBS News on Tuesday, a new study proposes that women’s freezing conditions at work can be attributed to males and a formula regarding their specific needs. Leader in safe, economical, green, and effective personal heaters, Cozy Products, reports the situation. Dr. Tara Narula, a CBS News medical contributor, reveals, “Women like it 77 degrees, men usually like it 72 degrees. That’s a big gap.” It is clarified that the estimate of temperature preference is directly related to the composition of each gender. Narula points out, “Women are smaller; they have more body fat, less muscle mass so...

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