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Physiology of Aging Invited Review: Agingand human temperature regulation
W. Larry Kenney and Thayne A. Munce
Noll Physiological Research Center, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania 16802 Kenney, W. Larry, and Thayne A. Munce. Invited Review: Aging and human temperature regulation. J Appl Physiol 95: 2598–2603, 2003; 10.1152/japplphysiol.00202.2003.—This mini-review focuses on the effects of aging on humantemperature regulation. Although comprehensive reviews have been published on this topic (Kenney WL. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1997, p. 41–76; Pandolf KB. Exp Aging Res 17: 189–204, 1991; Van Someren EJ, Raymann RJ, Scherder EJ, Daanen HA, and Swaab DF. Ageing Res Rev 1: 721–778, 2002; and Young AJ. Exp Aging Res 17: 205–213, 1991), this mini-review conciselysummarizes the present state of knowledge about human temperature regulation and aging in thermoneutral conditions, as well as during hypo- and hyperthermic challenges. First, we discuss age-related effects on baseline body core temperature and phasing rhythms of the circadian temperature cycle. We then examine the altered physiological responses to cold stress that result from aging, including...