Read Stanford University News, a rapid thermal exchange device nicknamed ‘the glove’ creates a vacuum to draw blood to the surface of the palms, where cold circulating water then cools the blood, which returns to the core and rapidly lowers the body’s core temperature. Greatly improving exercise recovery and performance, ‘better than steroids’. Via POPSCI
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