As many spend time outside, doctor warns to be cautious of frostbite
By: CBS 58 Newsroom
Posted: Jan 25, 2021 8:03 AM CDT
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(CBS 58) – As many people turn to outdoor winter activities during the pandemic, a UW Health doctor is warning people to be cautious of the risk of frostbite.
Dr. Alexandra Lacey, an assistant professor of surgery and a burn and wound surgeon with UW Health, joined CBS 58 to talk about frostbite and how to avoid getting it.