COLUMBIA, Mo. - The extreme winter weather is being blamed for several injuries around Mid-Missouri.
On Monday, one person checked into University Hospital in Columbia with frostbite.
Two others were admitted to the University Hospital ER after falling related to weather.
St. Mary's Hospital has seen a rise in respiratory infections.
Health officials are warning people to bundle up in layers if going outside, because exposed skin can get frostbitten in under 10 minutes.
Another common cold-weather complication doctors are seeing is frost nip, when parts of the body become tingly and numb.
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