How to beat the cold

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Officials at the Department of Emergency Medicine at Penn State Health say the most important thing to do in this cold weather is to cover up, especially your extremities.
Fingers, toes, your nose and ears are usually the first to get frostbite.
Dr. Jeffery Lubin says to also be aware of your elderly neighbors and children who are usually the most effected by temperatures this cold.
Dr. Lubin is also reminding folks to dress in layers, making sure they’re not too tight, to keep the warm air near your body.
It’s reccommended that you take off any wet clothes as soon as you head inside.
 

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