Saint Barnabas Hospital doctors offer cold safety tips

Health experts say that all skin should be

Health experts say that all skin should be covered to avoid frostbite when heading outside. (January 8, 2014 11:45 AM)

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The freezing cold can be dangerous so doctors are reminding everyone to take proper steps to avoid frostbite and hypothermia. According to Dr. Maya Haasz, of Saint Barnabas Hospital, it's important to keep all exposed skin covered, especially your fingers, ears and nose when going outdoors. Haasz says frostbite begins with painful red skin and possibly some tingling. As it gets worse, the skin...

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