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In 1918, a new #influenza virus emerged causing a #pandemic that killed an estimated 675,000 Americans & at least 50 million people worldwide. Here are 5 things you should know about the #1918flu & why it matters 100 years later:
Are you ready for #hurricane season? Learn how to prepare your family for hurricanes with Ready Wrigley:
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#TuesdayThoughts: Stay hydrated 🚰. Stay cool 🚿. Stay informed 📻📺📱 of ext#heat#heat ☀️🌡️ watches & warnings. Learn more
#MondayMotivation: Each yr., more than 400 people die from unintentional carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Learn practical skills like how to use a portable generator safely to avoid electrocution & prevent CO poisoning during a power outage. Learn more:
CDC is investigating a #Cyclospora outbreak among people in 7 Midwestern states, many of whom ate salads from McDonald’s. If you ate salad from McDonald’s in affected areas and have symptoms, see a doctor. For the latest information:
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#CarbonMonoxide (CO) poisoning is entirely preventable. Protect yourself and your family by acting wisely in case of a power outage and learning the symptoms of CO poisoning.
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Calling all #publichealth preparedness planners & emergency responders. Check out @CDCgov key messages on #hurricane & #flood-related #health threats. #PHEPprogram
Do you live in an area at risk for hurricanes? Make sure you and your family are ready. Follow these tips to protect yourself and your loved ones from a hurricane. #HealthySummer
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Karen’s son Kevin has health conditions that require special care when preparing for #hurricanes. Read their story:
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#WeekendWisdom: Check yourself, children, & pets for #ticks after spending time outside. Learn how to safely remove ticks with tweezers:
People with lung diseases like #asthma are at higher risk from #wildfire #smoke. Limit your exposure to smoke, if possible. Here are eight tips to help you protect your health:
Outbreak Alert: 12 sick,4 hospitalized in 3 states and D.C. with Vibrio linked to fresh crab meat imported from Venezuela. Do not eat, serve, or sell.
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Children like to help. Use #ReadyWrigley checklists & activity books to help explain #emergency preparedness to kids & involve them in gathering necessary supplies. Download for free at
#DYK? #Fluvax for the upcoming 2018-2019 flu season will be available in late summer & fall. Plan to get vaccinated by the end of October.…
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#FridayFact: #Emergency responders are at risk for psychological #trauma during a #disaster. Hazardous work conditions & exposure to human suffering can cause new & intensify existing traumas.
New CDC report shows Valley fever can cause severe illness in travelers to the southwestern U.S.
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#FridayFact: About 1 out of 10 people has had a #seizure. Learn practical skills, including seizure first aid, to prepare for a #health #emergency. Learn more:
OUTBREAK Update: 100 Salmonella infections in 33 states linked to Kellogg’s Honey Smacks cereal. Do not eat this cereal.
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MCIs involving blast & penetrating trauma may result in the need for mass transfusions—these ASPR TRACIE products can help you prepare: Blood and Blood Products ( & Blood and Disasters FAQ (
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#Heat stroke is a medical #emergency. Call 911 immediately. Move the person to a cool place until help arrives. Learn the symptoms of heat-related illness:
#ThursdayThoughts: Temperatures inside a car can rise almost 20 degrees in 10 minutes. Never leave an infant, child, or pet in a parked car, even with the windows down. Learn more:
Meet #FluFighter Dr. Lisa Koonin, who helps guide CDC’s pandemic preparedness activities, includes designing and executing exercises that test the agency’s pandemic response capacity.… #1918Flu
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Is your family ready for #hurricane ⛈️ season? Listen to this podcast for helpful tips and information: #HurricanePrep
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100 years ago, an #influenza (flu) #pandemic swept the globe, infecting an estimated one-third of the world’s population & killing at least 50 million people. Find out what happened in 1918 & what we learned from the #1918Flu:
What is the difference between seasonal and pandemic #flu? One difference: seasonal flu happens annually while pandemic flu has only happened 4x in the past 100 years. Learn more:… #1918Flu
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