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However, not all methods of taking an infant's temperature are accurate.
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Use the right cooking method You can oven roast a frozen turkey, but don't grill, deep-fry, microwave or smoke one.
The exercise, as well as the air temperature and humidity can increase your core body temperature.
Natural Family Planning Use of the rhythm method, checking your cervical mucus, and testing your temperature when your first wake up can be used to help predict when you ovulate.
A common method of warming blood is the use of a hemodialysis machine, which is normally used to filter blood in people with poor kidney function.
Cooking to a proper temperature kills bacteria."
Cook meat to a safe temperature.
Proper storage of your food is as important as washing and cooking methods.
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