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How to Avoid Hypothermia

By January 29, 2013

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Hypothermia is a decrease in the body's core temperature. The typical cut-off temperature is 95 degrees F (35 degrees C), below which someone would be considered hypothermic.

About.com spoke with Stuart Spiatlnic, MD, FACEP, emergency physician at Newport Hospital, Newport RI, about preventing hypothermia when mountain biking in cold weather.

Learn how to recognize the signs and symptoms before it's too late.

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