Natural Disasters: Drought, Famine, Disease, Earthquakes
Emergency / Major Disaster Kits
( In case of any emergency or natural disaster)
Emergencies/Major Disasters can include: A Fire, Hurricane, Tornado, Evacuation, Flood, Blackout, and even an Earthquake.
Emergency, Disaster, or Survival Kits can be bought on line or can be put together by yourself to fit your own needs.
You can buy different size or persons kits: For example, a small kit for just two persons or a larger kit for four persons.
Two Examples of Emergency/Survival Kits You can buy on line at Ebay.com or Amazon.com include:
1. Life Gear LG567 Wings of Life Emergency Survival Kit Back Pack with 72 Hour Food and Water.
2. Ready America 70385 Grab 'N' Go Deluxe 4 Person Backpack.
Please read the item description about what is included in a particular kit, they are different, and then choose what best fits your needs.
Here are some important items you may need (as well as Optional items):
Disease Prevention and Control
Question: What Happened to the Health Care Reform that President Obama Tried to Pass?;
One in which All Peoples, especially the Poor, could Receive;
That All People were Entitled to receive - Quality Heath Care.
Question: Should we not provide quality health care for all American citizens?
Question: What can happen if health care is not provided for all American citizens?
Diseases can spread rapidly and widely over time!
The EV-D68 Virus: Children' Virus
If you believe your child may be ill with this virus, first, do not panic, keep calm, use common sense.
Bring your child directly to your pediatrician, a doctor, or the emergency room. Have the child tested for EV-D68 virus.
Your child may just have a bad head cold or flu. But, a sick child should not be left unattended to.
What we should do as good parents is to practice good hygiene at home, at work, and at school,
and to teach good hygiene to our children.
In this way, you are helping to prevent your child (as well as yourself) from getting sick with any kind of disease, even the common cold.
Send your children to school with hand sanitizer or anti-bacterial hand wash in their back pack.
Make sure all your surroundings are clean.
Keep your inside home environment clean, and encourage your children to help out around your home.
Use Chlorine, chlorine - like products, disinfectants, anti-bacterial soaps and other anti-bacterial cleaning products, and disinfectanting products as well.
Have your children sweep up and discard leaves and debris (any garbage) outside your home.
A clean environment is a healthy environment.
And, healthy eating practices leads to a healthy and stronger body, ( that can fight off disease more effectively).