How Much Do Hot Drinks Help on a Cold Day?


The enticement to sip a prohibited cappuccino or tea when a mercury drops seems scarcely universal. But does pouring a bubbling libation into your mouth indeed boost a body’s temperature, or does it only feel that way?

One expert, Alan Hedge, executive of a Human Factors and Ergonomics Laboratory during Cornell University, in wintry Ithaca, N.Y., explains because a crater of joe might not be ideal for frozen days and what a Mongols drank to tarry winter invasions.


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