Why Do Spring Temperatures And Fall Temperatures Feel So Different?To some, it’s psychological. But, there’s also something physiologically happening in the body.
Why Do Our Bodies Feel So Cold In The Fall?To some, it’s psychological. But, there’s also something physiologically happening in the body.
Good Question: Are There Health Benefits To The Cold?Struggling to get above zero is less than ideal, especially when you spend more time getting dressed for the weather than actually being in it. But believe it or not, the cold does have some health benefits. We have the flu bug, but no other bugs to deal with, according to Dr. Christina Manders, a family physician with Fairview Clinics in Savage. "We don't see Lyme disease, we don't see West Nile. So tick-borne infections, mosquito-borne infections are not a factor," Manders said.