Health Tip: Protect Yourself Against Cold
(HealthDay News) -- Icy snow, wind and frigid temperatures are
frequently in nature's plans for winter.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests
these cold weather safety tips:
- Wear layers of lightweight clothing, including a scarf, hat,
gloves and boots.
- Help prevent falls by covering icy spots with sand or cat
- Pay attention to the wind chill when deciding how to
- Travel with an emergency kit, a buddy and a cell phone.
- Maintain your car, keep your gas tank full and stock the
vehicle with emergency supplies.
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