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How to prevent injuries when shoveling snow and walking on ice

If this week is when you get a real dose of the white stuff and have to navigate slick spots on the road and the pavement, here’s a refresher on how to make sure you and your loved ones get through it unscathed by weather-related injuries while shoveling and walking on ice.

Dr. Sandra Hunter, a professor of exercise science and director

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