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Here's a partial answer

December 05, 2018 12:27PM
from the Perelman Heart Institute in New York


"“Our body’s ability to control temperature or thermo-regulate does involve blood circulation. In the cold, the small blood vessels on the surface of our body get smaller to keep warm blood deeper inside. In the heat, they dilate to release heat from the body. If you have been in a warm climate for a long time and return to a cold one, it may take a little longer for your circulation to adjust.”"
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