Cold-weather exercise

Cold outside? Don't put your fitness routine on hold. Stay safe and warm with these cold-weather exercise tips.

Risk factors

High blood pressure (hypertension)



Treatments and drugs

Hypothermia: First aid

May 11, 2017
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