When Mother Nature hands us extreme cold temperatures that dip below 0 degrees, it’s best to just stay indoors. But for those avid exercisers who will step outside this winter to run, walk or hike, I offer a few recommendations to avoid hypothermia and frostbite. Yesterday, I had the chance to speak with WAKR morning […]
Falling snow can be a pretty tempting sight for kids suffering from cabin fever, but parents need to pay attention to the falling temperatures that may accompany a fresh winterscape. Wind chills, the amount of time spent outside, and wet clothing can also impact a child’s risk for frostbite, frostnip and other cold weather concerns.