What is responsible for regulating body temperature?

The hypothalamus works with other parts of the body's temperature-regulating system, such as the skin, sweat glands and blood vessels — the vents, condensers and heat ducts of your body's heating and cooling system.

What gland controls your body temperature?

Hormone: a chemical message released in the body by cells and glands that affects other cells in an organism. Hypothalamus: a part of the brain that controls things like thirst, hunger, body temperature, and the release of many hormones.