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We're all familiar with those depictions of brave Saint Bernards bearing little kegs of brandy to revive travelers stranded in the snow. Unfortunately, booze-toting canines are just a myth. And it's just as well: Even though alcohol might feel warm going down, it will drop your core body temperature, putting you at increased risk of hypothermia if you’re already cold. Alcohol also increases perspiration, which creates a layer of moisture next to your skin that further lowers your body temperature.
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