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Weather below -15 C has been demonstrated to cause such a death, and also a sudden shocking fright can choke a person to death due to swelling of the thymus gland.
clesins clesins 26-30 2 Answers Jan 12, 2014 in Health

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Yes, but forewarned is forearmed. We can do things to protect ourselves from the cold shock. As for fear or shock, I believe more people die of heart failure or respiratory arrest from fright than from thymus swelling.

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