Source: Safe Kids Canada, Kids Health for Parents, Cold Weather Safety PDF document

Source: Safe Kids Canada, Kids Health for Parents, Cold Weather Safety PDF document

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Get Trained Know how to prevent frostbite and treat it if it rub the area. You can damage the skin. Dress for the weather and the activities. Avoid alcohol and/or drugs. Preventing Frostbite Alcoh ID: 92882

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