Doctor discusses dangers of harsh cold

Frostbite can set in after just one to

Frostbite can set in after just one to two minutes of exposure to the frigid temperatures.

Record cold temperatures are creating hazardous conditions for people going outdoors today. Health officials are urging people to stay inside if possible. They say to take precaution and wear multiple layers of clothes if you do have to go outside. Doctors at the St. John's Riverside Hospital in Yonkers say they are seeing record numbers of broken bones and fractures due to slipping on ice. Dr....

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