Bring on Winter! (But Stay Safe and Healthy)

 

girl playing on a winter walk

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Winter officially begins next week with the winter solstice—the day of the year with the fewest hours of sunlight—on Dec. 21. With the cold weather and shorter days, you might be tempted to curl up under a blanket until the spring thaw. Whether you plan to hibernate or get outside to enjoy the chill, we’ve got some good reads about how our physiology responds to the cold weather.

Check out these throwback posts featuring cold weather tips to help you stay safe and healthy during the coldest months:

Have fun, be safe and take note of how your body adapts to the season!

Stacy Brooks and Erica Roth

 

 

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