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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Hypothermia: How to Avoid, Recognize and Treat



Hypothermia can occur in temperatures of up to 60 F. Beware!

4 comments:

  1. Linda, I'm chuckling ..... You certainly must have yourself busy with a "Rat killing of your own" to be posting about hypothermia!!!!! We have PERFECT weather here 80s in the day 60s at night. I know that you will have tales to tell!

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  2. Janet,
    LOL...just wait. That is perfect weather. Just wait until you hear.

    I thought this was good information to have. Some of it I did not know. And, it took little effort from me in my rat crisis.

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  3. That's good information, but I, personally, don't need to worry about hypothermia because my hot flashes keep me so warm.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Janie,
      I have been hot since I was a teen. But, we can succumb to hypothermia...lol. I understand the hotness. It has nothing to do with hot flashes for me. We are a warm family--father was, I am, kids were and are, so are grandkids.

      I have a friend who was always cold. Even in the summer if she stayed outside at my house, I had to fetch a blanket for her. Now, she said she is never cold since she has hot flashes all the time.

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