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Hypothermia can be life-threatening. Anyone with suspected hypothermia must be transported to the nearest … Prevent further heat loss by returning to … The symptoms of hypothermia include: …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Hypothermia.aspx

During the winter months, ice, snow and cold temperatures can make life challenging in … for cold weather to avoid frostbite or hypothermia. Wear warm socks, a heavy coat, a warm …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/MediaPressCentre/Media Releases/Media Release-Winter safety for seniors.Dec.2014.pdf

in layers to avoid frostbite or hypothermia. In very cold temperatures cover all exposed …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/MediaPressCentre/Media Releases/Media Release- Winter safety 2015.pdf

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extra caution must be taken to prevent hypothermia and cold injuries to the exposed skin. … Hypothermia is a condition where the core body temperature drops to below 35oC due to …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Extreme-Cold.aspx

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Winter can mean many things here in Northwestern Ontario, bitter cold, high winds, snow, ice … for safety, dress in layers to prevent hypothermia, and keep your head, ears, and hands …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/PreparingForAnEmergency/Pages/Winter-Safety-Tips.aspx