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How the US lets hot school days sabotage learning

How the US lets hot school days sabotage learning

Illustration: Alvin Chang/The Guardian Human bodies react swiftly when they overheat. Blood rushes to the skin, trying to find cool air. Sweat seeps out of the skin and evaporates, dissipating body heat. But these processes have a cost: they reduce blood circulation, which means our most important organ, the brain, gets less blood. “And...

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