Wayne Street, R.N., and Nursing Trauma Director at Mayo Clinic Health System, gives walkers tips on how to avoid falling on icy walkways this winter.
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City of Madison shares how to steer clear of icy sidewalks, citations
MADISON, Wis. - This ice, which city officials are calling the worst of the season, makes for perilous travel conditions, and not doing your part to clear it can come with a cost. From cars to trees to sidewalks, the ice is taking over. "This is the worst,” Madison resident Betty Peterson said, referring to the icy walkways. "They're bad! They're terrible. It's scary because I've fallen (when) there's black ice. "On Thursday, Peterson was fighting back. "I was going to try to…
Shoveling Snow? Learn to Protect Your Back from Injury
Bulletin Board: A Post From the Community | Since snow season has arrived, it¿s time to arm yourself with a shovel and salt to dig through the snowdrifts and icy walkways. However if you¿re prone to back injuries, you may want to consider hiring someone to remove the snow, while you sit back and enjoy drinking a cup of hot cocoa. So how can you prepare to shovel snow safely so not to injure your back? The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC) at…