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It’s normal to feel hot, sweaty and uncomfortable in warm weather, but what’s the best way to cool down? To answer this question, we first need to look at how the body maintains stable internal (core) temperature.

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It's going to be a scorcher this week. Parts of Australia's south and east are tipped to be over 40 degrees in the coming days. If you're an business owner or manager, you should consider the wellbeing of your staff and the reliability of any work equipment during a heatwave. Being prepared is vital and we have some tips to help companies get ready for soaring temperatures.

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This February, Australia has been beset by record heatwaves and the pain is set to continue in the days to come. Here's how to keep your home, car, pets and body as cool as possible without murdering your electricity bill in the process.

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The weather's getting warmer across much of Australia, and there's no immediate change in sight. Ensure you stay cool with our comprehensive roundup of heat-beating tips, covering everything from how to use air conditioning more effectively to what to cook that won't overheat you and how to make the most of your beach time.

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The scorching summer heat is hard on our bodies, our moods, and our electric bills. Don't let the temperature get you down, though. These ten tips will help you keep cool even if it feels like the sun is out to get you.

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Nobody likes being stuck inside a hot car — it can leave you feeling suffocated, dehydrated and uncomfortably sticky in a matter of seconds. While most vehicles now come equipped with air conditioning, it can still take a tortuously long time to expel all that hot air; especially if you're sitting in the back seat. These tricks from the Lifehacker archives will dramatically decrease the amount of time it takes to cool your car's interior.

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Hi Lifehacker, I have always been a hot, sweaty sleeper and my temperature is warmer than a lot of other people. I'm 175cm and 73kg, which I don't think is overweight enough to warrant the cause. What can I do to reduce my body temperature?

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We all know we need to take care in the sun, but it's easy to catch a few too many rays. If you're feeling the heat and need some soothing, head to the fridge and pull out some milk or yoghurt.