human body


Question by  NapyTme (35)

What is the normal core body temperature?


Answer by  jenshady (139)

Your body temperature can vary depending on your person. What is normal for one person can be high or low for another person. The standard body temparture that is considered normal is 98. 6 f. It could range to be a little higher or a little lower and be normal for yourself.


Answer by  S93 (524)

The normal core body temperature is 98. 6 degrees Fahrenheit, or 37. 0 degree Celsius in a healthy adult. Minor variations, by a degree or two, are normal.


Answer by  worker7186 (198)

Although 98. 6 is considered the general normal core temperature, it actual differs on the time of day and the level of the persons activity.


Answer by  Manda (1103)

The normal human body typically has a body temperature of ninety eight point six degreees fahrenheit. But it can vary by a degree or two.


Answer by  SIDDHU (861)

The normal core body temperature of a healthy human being is 98. 6 degree fahrenhit and 37. 0 degree celsius. Core body temperature is the operating temperature of an organism.

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