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Tattoos found to increase heat stroke risk, but only if they’re big – SlashGear

Getting a tattoo may increase your risk of suffering a heat stroke or other heat-related injury, according to a new study, but only if they’re big. The issue is related to the skin’s sw…

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Getting a tattoo may increase your risk of suffering a heat stroke or other heat-related injury, according to a new study, but only if they’re big. The issue is related to the skin’s sweat glands and the damage they suffer when someone gets a tattoo, according to what is called a milestone study on the topic from the American Physiological Society. Sweating, of course, is an important part of regulating one’s body temperature.
Tattooing is the process of implanting ink deeply enough into one’s …

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