How to Prepare for a Blizzard or Major Snowstorm

By Tim Coutis / January 17, 2019
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Winter has a special way of arriving early every year, catching many of us unprepared — and major winter storms can have catastrophic results. Winter storms and sub-zero temperatures increase the risk of fires, car accidents, frostbite, hypothermia, and heart…

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10 Ways to Avoid Cabin Fever While You’re Snowed In

By Mary Mack / January 4, 2018
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Snow days at home always seem fun at first—who doesn’t love an excuse to skip work or school, stay inside, and get cozy in front of a fire? However, after a while, many of us can only watch so much…

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10 Things You Should Know Before Shoveling Snow

By Austin White / February 25, 2015
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How often have we heard that shoveling snow is not good for you? For those of us who remember a time before snow blowers and electric powered snow shovels and mountains of snow so high we could build elaborate forts and tunnels, the dangers of shoveling are real.

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