April 9, 2024 | In the News

The Ins and Outs of Taking Someone’s Temperature

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A custom PR survey with Braun Thermometers revealed the misconceptions around thermometers and detecting someone’s fever.

The Braun and Wakefield Research survey highlighted that both parents and child-free adults may not necessarily when they should call a doctor when it comes it a fever. In fact, nearly 3 in 4 parents (73 percent) believe that a temperature above 98.6°F should be of concern, while nearly half of child-free adults say the same. Real Simple delves into when people should be concerned, how to properly take a temperature and when to call a doctor.

You can read more about the ins and outs of using a thermometer on RealSimple.com.

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