Exposure to cold temperatures, winter weather conditions, or cold water can have negative impacts on your health. Cold-related illness includes many health problems such as hypothermia, frostbite, trench foot, or chilblains, that occur when the body becomes too cold. While these health problems are most likely at very cold temperatures, they can occur even at cool temperatures if a person becomes cold from wind, rain, sweat, or water.
For more information, visit MN Public Health Data Access: Cold-related Illness.
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