Prepare For Spring Work

As the calendars show, Monday, March 20 ushers in an official beginning of spring.  With potential hopes for warmer temperatures and a return to outdoor activities, the Newtown Square Fire Company reminds yard mechanics that returning to outdoor work demands both proper tools and plans.

Some of these seasonal plans include some simple, yet effective ways of returning to ways of “being in shape.”  A part of this” reconditioning” is finding a gradual way of returning to outdoor activities. These pre-seasonal procedures are begun as a slow, but energetic return to “outdoor work.”

Anyone wondering why this conditioning is important only must look at a companion statistic—heart disease is the number 1 killer of men and women. Growing statistics are demonstrating that when many women suffer from a heart attack, they tend to be 10 years older than men.

Women are also experiencing increases in other conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and congestive heart failure. These new health conditions for women translate to the need for increased pre-event diagnostic evaluations for them. If there are any suspected health emergencies, never hesitate—activate promptly 9 1 1-assisted medical help.

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