Allergic to cold? Experts say it's a real condition

Researchers aren't quite sure how a person can be allergic to cold, but they do know it's a real condition with potentially serious consequences. A specialist at Mayo Clinic tells WMAZ in Georgia that she even knows of a toddler who suffered brain damage and nearly died after jumping into a cold wading pool.
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Researchers aren't quite sure how a person can be allergic to cold, but they do know it's a real condition with potentially serious consequences. A specialist at Mayo Clinic tells WMAZ in Georgia that she even knows of a toddler who suffered brain damage and nearly died after jumping into a cold wading pool.

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