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In Japan, mean human body is 36.0 °C, why so different from Europe?
The Japanese Wikipedia states that the mean human body temperature is 36.0 °C (here, row "ヒト"). The statement is referenced by data from the Japanese government. Actually all of my Japanese friends ...
Oct 23 '13 at 5:43
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