9 Incredible Things Your Body Does to Protect Itself

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Sweats to keep you cool

Your skin regulates your body’s temperature. “It also allows us to sense the world around us,” Kouri says. “For instance, if we could not feel the heat from a hot stove and reflexively pull away, we would severely injure ourselves.”

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