Despite global warming, there are still plenty of winter days when cold weather can wreak havoc with your health and well being. This is especially so with seniors who are at enhanced risk from the cold, due to health conditions or medications. In fact, a drop in body temperature can be a sign of a serious medical emergency that requires immediate attention. The National Institute on Aging has important advice to keep seniors warm and healthy even as the outdoor temperatures fall below freezing. It’s imperative to learn the signs and symptoms of hypothermia and what actions can be taken to prevent serious physical harm. So stay safe, stay warm and Read Here.