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Researchers say that when temperatures rise above 95 degrees, a fan might make you even hotter, and maybe even sick.
July 13, 2012 Researchers say there's no evidence electric fans actually provide relief in a heat wave. So they're calling for more research, even though heat waves are hard to predict and even harder to study once they hit.
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