Normal body temperatures vary depending on many factors, including a person's age, sex, and activity levels. The normal body temperature for an adult is around In this article, we discuss the normal ranges of temperature for adults, children, and babies. We also consider factors affecting body temperature, and when to call a doctor. Body temperature readings vary depending on where on the body a person takes the measurements. Rectal readings are higher than oral readings, while armpit readings tend to be lower.
Quantitative structural organization of normal adult human articular cartilage.
Body temperature: Normal ranges in adults and children
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A Cellular Anatomy of the Normal Adult Human Prostate and Prostatic Urethra.
The widespread assumption that the average daily intake of magnesium is sufficient to maintain equilibrium in the normal adult has been questioned. Analysis of published metabolic data indicates that the minimal daily requirement is not to mg. The available clinical metabolic data provide evidence that at intakes below 6 mg. Women seem to retain more magnesium than men at low and marginal magnesium intakes.
Author information: 1 M. Box 30, Switzerland. OBJECTIVE: Data pertaining to the quantitative structural features and organization of normal articular cartilage are of great importance in understanding its biomechanical properties and in attempting to establish this tissue's counterpart by engineering in vitro.