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www.foxnews.com/health/2017/01/15/theres-scientific-reason-women-are-always-colder-than-men.html

Jan 15, 2017 ... So because birth control affects female hormones, it can also raise your body temperatureeven further, making you more sensitive to the cold.

www.yahoo.com/health/are-women-more-sensitive-to-cold-than-men-93238092412.html

Aug 7, 2014 ... So are women physiologically less tolerant of the cold than men? ... to “express thermal dissatisfaction,” and that women are more sensitive to ...

www.nytimes.com/2009/10/27/health/27real.html

Oct 26, 2009 ... Then again, studies in which men and women are immersed in cold water have found that the body's reaction depends primarily on size and ...

www.businessinsider.com/why-women-are-always-freezing-in-office-buildings-according-to-science-2015-7

Aug 3, 2015 ... cold office Why do offices always have to be so cold?Julia Roy/Flickr Creative Commons. If you're a woman who works in an office and you're ...

www.bodyandsoul.com.au/health/health-news/why-women-feel-the-cold-more-than-men/news-story/912f3237c954d89968900c189177617d

It's not your imagination. Science has proven that females' bodies are more sensitive to the cold. Ever woken up in the morning to find your other half has thrown ...

www.quora.com/Are-women-more-sensitive-to-cold-than-men-in-winter

A lot of the reasons that women typically need a higher temperature to properly function at work goes back to our body formations. The fact that men and women  ...

www.realclearscience.com/blog/2015/09/why_women_are_always_cold.html

Sep 15, 2015 ... Women complain of feeling cold at much higher rates than men. ... sensitive than males to a deviation from an optimal temperature and express ...

mentalfloss.com/article/51883/do-men-and-women-feel-temperature-differently

Though women's temperatures skewed the slightest bit higher than men's, a few tenths ... women suffering from measurably cooler skin are also more sensitive to ... in the air temperature, so that they begin to feel the cold faster than someone ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18215727

Gend Med. 2007 Dec;4(4):359-66. Differences in sensitivity to cold in Japanese men and postmenopausal women aged > or =50 years. Yasui T(1), Uemura H, ...

www.idiva.com/news-health/10-reasons-why-women-feel-cold-all-the-time-compared-to-men/15082111

Aug 23, 2015 ... Why do women feel the cold more often than men? Take a look at ... With less water, your body is more sensitive to extreme temperatures. 6.