Evolutionary medicine: cold temps increases cancer growth in mice

Chilly temperatures foster cancer growth in mice
Ars Staff, arstechnica.com

Flickr user Duncan HillAt low temperatures, the human body has a hard time. As the cold sets in, blood vessels constrict to maintain heat, and some body parts—like fingers and toes—begin to suffer. Metabolism ramps up to fight the cold and shiveri…


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