This Halloween, doctors are strongly encouraging parents and trick-or-treaters to take precautions for a cold night of trick-or-treating.
Temperatures are expected to be in the 30s with wind-chills in the 20s, so dressing warm and paying attention to your body is key.
"We will be in the range where, particularly with the moisture, we worry about the potential for things like frostbite - we'll probably be in that temperature range tonight," Dr. Gallagher said. "The hands and feet are the biggest things we worry about. For more general symptoms, shivering is the first thing you're going to see. If at any point, we progress to confusion; your child's not acting right, that's when it's time to get them to the Emergency Department, things have probably gone too far."
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