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The Real Reason You Feel Cold Right After Getting Out Of The Shower

The heat this summer was brutal, and sometimes my apartment’s A/C just didn’t cut it. So whenever I needed a quick cool down, I would take a shower. I would feel so cold right after getting out, even if my apartment was over 80 degrees! Turns out, there’s actually science behind why you feel so cold […]
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