Hot Weather Making Us Cranky

Study says it brings out the worst in us

Have you been a little more cranky this summer compared to last? A U.S. study has found high temperatures reduce people’s emotional well-being, cause greater fatigue and more negative emotions like sadness, stress and anger. There’s also a link to increased aggression and violence. Researchers found negative effects on emotional well-being were especially significant when average daily temperatures rose above 21 degrees Celsius. Click here for more on this story.

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