How to stay safe in extreme cold How to stay safe in extreme cold
Frostbite’s damage to skin and underlying tissue is the most common injury resulting from exposure to severe cold, and it usually occurs on the... How to stay safe in extreme cold

Frostbite’s damage to skin and underlying tissue is the most common injury resulting from exposure to severe cold, and it usually occurs on the body’s extremities — fingers, toes, nose, ears, cheeks and chin.


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