Forget 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit: We’re way cooler

According to a recent analysis of 677,423 human body temperatures from three different populations, men born 200 years ago had body temperatures about 0.59°C higher than men today, while today’s women have a body temperature on average 0.32°C lower than women born in the 1890s.

In other words, we’re not as hot as used to be.

Or as we think we are.