Even the hardiest New Englanders shiver at the thought of the coming season. However, with the right state of mind and body, winter can be a time to stay snug, safe and active.
Preventing Winter Injuries
Wrist fractures, hip fractures, head injuries and hypothermia can all occur as a result of cold and snowy conditions.
New England winters conjure up visions of prints by Currier and Ives...until you realize a half-foot of soggy snow is blocking your driveway.
Winterize Your Skin
When the weather outside is frightful, your skin deserves extra protection against the elements.
Don't Slip and Slide
Falling is a serious health hazard and icy surfaces increase the risk.
If winter's dreariness gives you the blues, it's not all in your head.
Seasonal EatingTea Time
Not only does tea provide inner warmth on frosty New England days, it may also ward off disease. Plus, tea trivia.
Fireproof Your Home
The risk of house fire increases during the winter months.
On the Road
Your car should be as safe as your home.
Avoid snow blower injuries by reading these tips.
Learn how to avoid injuries on the ice.
It looks inviting but could be dangerous.
Coolest Thing Going
'Tis the season to strap on those skis. Tips for beginners.
and Safety are a Cool Combination
Know how to protect yourself before you head outside.
for Avoiding Sledding Accidents
A little caution goes a long way.