You are on a two-week canoe trip in the boundary waters in late April with an insulin-dependent diabetic friend, Amy. After four glorious fall days, the weather turns. At the end of a day filled with intermittent rain and head winds, you notice that during Amy is acting a bit lethargic as you pull into camp for the evening.
What's wrong and what should you do? Click here to find out.
Don't know where to begin or what to do? Take one of our wilderness medicine courses. Guides and expedition leaders should consider taking our Wilderness First Responder course.