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Well, according to the University of Toronto, when people were excluded from a group, not only did they feel hurt – their temperature dropped and their skin got cold! And when people were ostracized, they also were more likely to reach for hot foods – rather than something room temperature or cold. The researchers say – what we feel emotionally and what we feel physically are tied together. So social rejection or isolation can hit us like a blast of cold air!

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