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Wearing masks has been a bone of contention on how they do or don’t work. In our opinion they provide one protective measure, lowering your percentages of contracting diseases, not the end all solution.
Hundreds and maybe thousands of people die from hypothermia each year. It’s generally accepted that dressing warmly is a good idea to avoid hypothermia. Younger, healthier people who get hypothermia have a lower mortality rate (CDC). Sound familiar?
Apparently coats aren’t enough protection for some people. But, we’r...