Watch for signs of hypothermia as temps lower

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By Levi Berg

It is finally starting to feel like fall; crops are finally starting to be harvested, and it isn’t 95 degrees.
However, with cold weather comes the risk of hypothermia due to being outside. Hypothermia can arise in both animals and humans, but I want to focus of humans today.
Hypothermia is a reduction of body temperature below the normal 98.6 degrees and can lead to serious motor-function problems, memory problems and potential death. The symptoms of hypothermia can be classified into two different groups: mild hypothermia and severe hypothermia.

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