Normal axillary temperature, which is taken under the arm with the arm snugly against the body, ranges from 97.5 to 99.3 degrees Fahrenheit for infants, according to Sutter Health. Normal rectal temperatures are less tha... More »

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Relieve hiccups in an infant by gently rubbing the baby's back, giving him a sip of water or allowing him to suck on something. Colic Calm advises against startling an infant or utilizing rough handling of the child to r... More »

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A dangerous temperature for adults is a temperature over 103 degrees Fahrenheit, while dangerous temperatures in children are higher than 104 degrees and infants require medical attention for temperatures exceeding 100.4... More »

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According to WebMD, a high body temperature for an adult is an oral temperature over 100 degrees Fahrenheit or a rectal or ear temperature over 101 degrees Fahrenheit. A high body temperature is referred to as a fever. More »

Humans have a fever if their oral temperature is 100 degrees Fahrenheit or more, according to Mayo Clinic. Although average body temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, anything between 97 and 99 degrees Fahrenheit is co... More »

When written in a medical report or stated verbally by a health care provider, "body temperature 97" means that a thermometer shows that a patient's temperature is 97 degrees Fahrenheit. Body temperature can be recorded ... More »

Hot tea is typically brewed to a temperature between 160 degrees and 185 degrees Fahrenheit, as stated by the National Institutes of Health. Some teas though, like oolong, should reach 180 to 190 degrees, while black and... More »

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