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Gyms operate in close quarters and in environments where you have heavy breathing, sweat and shared equipment — not the mix you want during a pandemic.
That’s why getting them to sniff sweat from cotton swabs is probably better, he says.
Mateescu and her team have examined skin biopsies and found that relatively large sweat glands allow Brahman to better regulate their internal body temperature.
Some devices may one day be powered by electric currents made from your sweat.
Using sweat, he points out, lets people harness energy that usually goes to waste.
We can even excrete waste products through the skin in our sweat.
When it gets too hot and humid, sweat can no longer cool our skin by evaporating.
He and his team described an improved version of the sweat sensor in the December 2019 Nature Communications.
A mist came before his eyes, the cold sweat stood upon his ashy face, his limbs failed him, and he sunk upon his knees.
These cigars rarely "char" in burning; certainly not, if made of good quality of tobacco and thoroughly sweat.

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