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CDC Emergency
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It's Nat'l #Tsunami Awareness Week. Recognize the signs, learn your evacuation zones & practice today! #PrepareAthon pic.twitter.com/kD6SFa9zfl
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#Listeria outbreak: Don’t eat/serve recalled Blue Bell 3 oz. ice cream cups go.usa.gov/3C3F4 pic.twitter.com/hb1qGBBWqr
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Being prepared is the best way to be ready for unpredictable #spring weather. Get tips here: go.usa.gov/3rp2w pic.twitter.com/FCfTusj8QM
Remind friends and loved ones to never drive through flood water during #FloodSafetyAwarenessWeek. pic.twitter.com/wIWiLWkGzv
Are you ready for #spring severe weather? Encourage friends & loved ones to be prepared: go.usa.gov/3CWWd pic.twitter.com/0sVGXhCANy
Join #CDCGrandRounds session on pediatric disaster readiness on 3/17, 1pm ET & follow @CDC_eHealth for live tweeting. pic.twitter.com/sCYJ1nLKlt
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Join #CDCGrandRounds session on pediatric disaster readiness on 3/17, 1pm ET & follow @CDC_eHealth for live tweeting pic.twitter.com/oSXeqHATW9
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Update: 173 people from 17 states confirmed w/ #measles in 2015. Most were unvaccinated 1.usa.gov/188mAyX pic.twitter.com/58wD5ovEli
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Do not rub or massage skin affected by frostbite. More tips on treating frostbite here: go.usa.gov/3a4QQ pic.twitter.com/wvjwal7cB0
Do you know how to spot the signs & symptoms of frostbite and hypothermia? Learn more: go.usa.gov/3ax29 pic.twitter.com/bononQLBGt
Follow our new director, @DrReddCDC, and read about his 30 year career at CDC on our blog. go.usa.gov/3xeBh pic.twitter.com/xklaGP5cxy
Introducing CDC’s New Director of Public Health Preparedness and Response: go.usa.gov/3xeBh @DrReddCDC pic.twitter.com/LEo3KFUEin
If you must drive in #WinterWeather, do not use cruise control on slippery roads. go.usa.gov/3xs89 pic.twitter.com/1kj0F1WrVw
Take time to restock your emergency supplies to be ready in case another #winter storm hits. go.usa.gov/3xUak pic.twitter.com/yw0rHHfDRc
What’s the best clothing for #cold weather? Layer on wool, silk, or polyester, which hold more body heat than cotton. pic.twitter.com/lmkhg3GezM
Are you freezing cold? Recognize #hypothermia warning signs and know what to do about it: go.usa.gov/gWS3 pic.twitter.com/mdgsoJcQPe
Cold temperatures can lead to hypothermia. Bundle up with a hat, gloves, and warm jacket when outdoors. #winter pic.twitter.com/vYlitczRJ3
Prevent frozen pipes, open cabinets to let warm air circulate and let cold water drip from the faucet. pic.twitter.com/Tic2ey5eVg
CDC's CHEMPACK program ensures the U.S. is prepared for the possibility of a chemical attack go.usa.gov/33ASQ pic.twitter.com/JeJvrfdclZ
Do you know what different #winter weather alerts mean? Be prepared and know how to react. go.usa.gov/33ykh pic.twitter.com/KvSA4P00M2
High winds can increases the risk of #frostbite, see how in this wind chill factor chart go.usa.gov/335KT pic.twitter.com/ziFb2AzUva