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The Secret Competitive Advantage for Military, Law Enforcement and Safety Professionals: Thermal Conductivity of IcePlate

Grit and efficiency are my strongest core values.  I was taught from an early age to max out every day, accomplishing as much as possible - learning, working, and effecting positive change.  As a result, my life is extremely scheduled and carefully planned out.  What I eat, when I eat, how I work, when I work, the relationships I engage in, and the activities I spend time on are fairly strategic.  I never want my external environment to affect my ability to get $hit done.  In the winter, this is particularly tricky, as the weather is cold and lot of the boxes I need to check on a day-to-day basis still occur outside - commuting to work, walking the dog,...

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Recognize and Prevent Hypothermia this Winter

So as I sit in my house with the heat cranked up to 71, I look outside and see snow covering the surroundings. This is the first real snow fall of the season and it’s causing mayhem. It is the kind of snowstorm where traffic grinds to a halt, offices are closed, and all of the milk and bread is wiped clean from the stores. So it’s about 3 inches. With this first snow we realize winter is coming and just because it is cold outside doesn’t mean we stop hiking, camping, exploring, or working out in the cold. So that brings me to the point of this article, hypothermia. Let’s take a few minutes and talk about some ways...

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