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Yes, women might ‘feel the cold’ more than men. Here’s why

Yes, women might ‘feel the cold’ more than men. Here’s why

WE all have different preferences for when it’s the right time to bring out the winter blankets. And the thermostat’s setting often forms the basis of office arguments between women and men regarding the “correct” temperature for it to be set. Authors CHARLOTTE PHELPS, PhD Student, Bond University CHRISTIAN MORO, Associate Professor of Science & Medicine, Bond University Between the sexes, there are always more similarities than differences. But research does consistently show women prefer a higher indoor temperature than men. But is there any science backing up the widespread belief women “feel the cold” more than men? Biological differences…
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