The highest fever ever recorded was 115.7 degrees Fahrenheit. This fever was reported in the Lawrence Journal-World, in July of 1980. A 51-year-old man named Willie Jones suffered heat stroke on July 10, 1980, when the temperature outside was 90 degrees Fahrenheit. He received treatment and survived the fever.Know More
Any body temperature above 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit when measured orally is considered to be a fever. Doctors do not consider fevers to be medically significant until they are above 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
Willie Jones' fever was so high that his temperature exceeded the scale on the rectal thermometer used by the hospital. Doctors gave him the nickname "The Human Torch."Learn more in Medical Ranges & Levels
A fever becomes dangerous for infants at 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, and 104 degrees for a child or adult, according to Seattle Children's Hospital. At these high temperature levels, a fever can cause seizures, abnormal bodyÂ appendage movement, burning urination pain and breathing difficulty.Full Answer >
An oral temperature of more than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit is considered to be a fever, according to WebMD. A normal body temperature is approximately 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, which may vary by 1 degree from individual to individual and can change depending on various factors, such as physical activity.Full Answer >
The hottest day in India was recorded on April 27, 1958 when the temperature reached 47.9 degrees Celsius, according to NDTV. North India's recent high temperatures have reached a blistering 43 degrees Celsius.Full Answer >
The highest vertical leap ever recorded in NBA history is 48 inches achieved by NBA superstar Michael Jordan and Darrell Griffith. Other explosive leapers in NBA history include Julius Erving with a vertical leap of 41 inches, Vince Carter with 43 inches, three-time NBA slam dunk champion Nate Robinson with 43.5 inches, LeBron James with 44 inches and Anthony "Spud" Webb with 46 inches.Full Answer >