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Most winter woes can be prevented

November 10, 2012
By C. Paul Martin, M.D. , Marshall Independent

We here in southwest Minnesota are fully aware that, although we haven't had our first snow yet, winter and its characteristic weather are fast approaching. In past discussions about this event in this column, I have emphasized the indoor challenges which we face as the temperature drops, the humidity decreases, and the snows and wind prevail. However, this winter visage has significant and often serious effects on our outdoor winter activities, especially the ones we negotiate every daywalking, driving, shopping, church activities and even shoveling snow.

 
 
 

 

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