by Angela Davis
It's been dangerously cold in Minnesota this week. Low temperatures on both Wednesday and Thursday mornings are likely to range from about 25 below in southern Minnesota to around 40 below in the north. And that's not even counting wind chill, which could be record-breaking at times. MPR News host Angela Davis spoke with three guests about how to stay safe in the cold — and when the arctic temperatures will end…Dr. Neha Raukar, emergency medicine physician at Mayo Clinic.
Reach: Minnesota Public Radio operates 43 stations and serves virtually all of Minnesota and parts of the surrounding states. MPR has more than 100,000 members and more than 900,000 listeners each week, which is the largest audience of any regional public radio network.
CNN, Yes, wind chill is a real threat. It can and will harm you
TIME, It's Going to Feel like 50 Below in the Midwest This Week. Here's What Extreme Cold Does to Your Body
Arizona ABC 15, Yes, wind chill is a real threat. It can and will harm you.
FOX 47, Ahead of extreme cold, doctors remind people of frostbite risks
Mankato Free Press,-51 and Sunny: Region survives historic arctic chill (video)
Mankato Free Press, Tips on how to avoid frost nip and frostbite
Mankato Free Press,Frostbitten: Hospitals report limited cold-related injuries
KEYC Mankato, Milder Frostbite Can Be Remedied At Home
Austin Daily Herald, The danger is real; Mayo Clinic health experts alerts public about dangers from the extreme cold
KAUS-Radio, Mayo Clinic emergency medicine experts say the fear of frostbite and hypothermia should be taken seriously with arctic cold settling in
WKBT La Crosse, Cold air can create issues for asthma suffers
WKBT La Crosse,Doctors warn against treating this weekend's warm up like summer days
WXOW La Crosse, Tips to stay safe while shoveling snow
WXOW La Crosse, Frostbite a danger in this extreme cold
WKBT La Crosse,Know the warning signs of hypothermia
WKBT La Crosse,The polar vortex, treating hypothermia
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Brutally cold conditions blowing in
WNYT New York, Staying safe in the cold
Context: Neha Raukar, M.D. is a Mayo Clinic emergency medicine physician. In Minnesota, 54 physicians provide care through the Department of Emergency Medicine at Mayo Clinic Hospital, Saint Marys Campus, which has Trauma Level I accreditation, the highest level of emergency care possible. The department operates a 51-bed facility. You can find safety tips for exercising in cold weather on Mayo Clinic News Network.
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