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When sleeping outdoors it is essential that the head and neck be protected from draughts; these are responsible for most of the colds caught by the inexperienced out-of-door sleeper. A knitted or woolen cap made according to the accompanying pattern will be found satisfactory. It covers the head completely except for a narrow oval for the face; in addition, it has a long tail which may be pushed under the pajama coat, thus affording protection to the neck.
FRAZER T. A CAP FOR OUTDOOR SLEEPING. JAMA. 1909;LIII(26):2161. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.92550260001001k
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