Comment on Fight the Flu: Get a Vax! by myi8

Thanks in for your question. Please note that the CDC does not give personal medical advice. Have a question for CDC? CDC-INFO (http://www.cdc.gov/cdc-info/index.html) offers live agents by phone and email to help you find the latest, reliable, and science-based health information on more than 750 health topics. Source: CDC

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Disaster Tip of The Week: Set Meeting Points to Reunite With Family and Loved Ones

Meeting Points It’s hard to believe I wrote a brief post about this over ten years ago – Have a Designated Meeting Place For Your Family. Today, I’d like to expand on this a bit more. Odds are when a disaster or other unexpected event occurs you are likely to be at work. Your spouse or […]

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Comment on Practical Skills for Personal Preparedness by Diane

I appreciate the true-to-life comments about there being no time like the present to prepare. We must constantly be anticipating, preparing and planning for emergencies or disasters – although not obsessively – just reasonably watchful. Using the Train the Trainer method allows for direct transfer of best practices including hands-on learning and practice. Source: […]

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Comment on The Truth is Out There: What You Need to Know About Bats by JOPESTKIL KENYA

Yet another sensationalized attack on bats. The latest outrage is this nice article. Bat attacks on humans increasing due to urbanization and deforestation. You unfortunately have been taken advantage of to needlessly frighten people about bats, a practice that is misdirecting public health funds from far more important threats. Even where vampire bats live in […]

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