Asked in Animal Life
How might a fever be detrimental to someones welfare?
September 09, 2010 3:47PM
If the temperature in the body is too high it can denature the enzymes responsible for catalysing most of the reactions the body carries out. If this happens, processes from respiration to digestion won't work, and you'd die.
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Will McDonald's make you puke if you have a fever?
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Why can't you tell have a high fever by just touching your own head?
the touch your forehead to tell fever comes from the premice you don't have fever yourself. If someone's temperature is higher than yours you can conclude he might have a fever but if you touch your own forehead, the temperature would be the same as your hand so you might not be able to tell difference between the two.
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