Mmm… marzipan… Another brilliantly bizarre e-card from SomeEcards. (If you go to the site, be advised: a lot of the cards are pretty, um, “edgy.”) FYI, you can find some […]
It rhymes AND it’s good info: For flu PSAs from all 48 members of Congress, go here.
I hope YouTube doesn’t mind that little name mash-up, but it’s a fun way to describe the Flu.gov video PSA contest. Gazillions of homemade flu prevention videos were entered. Now […]
I adore this short, simple PSA from the fine folks at the IFRC. Check out their website for widgets, posters and much more!
I recently read a great phrase that described news media as a “fire hose” of information that needs to be filtered through to find reliable sources. It can be especially […]
Check it out, guys! Thanks to my lightening fast hand-raising reflexes and zeal for quiz games, I won this awesome Germ Guard Personal Protection Pack yesterday in our staff meeting […]
So the pandemic flu has been in news coverage for quite awhile. This might cause one to feel apprehensive or fearful of the future and how to prepare. Luckily, I’ve […]
In a time of pandemic, there might not be enough vaccine for every American. If that’s the case, who should get vaccinated first? The elderly? The young? Healthcare workers? These […]
We’ve talked before about the importance of preventing the spread of influenza (and many other viruses) by washing your hands. And now, with H1N1 and flu season upon us, it’s […]
Out of sight, out of mind. The moment we stopped seeing photos like this: …was the moment that most of us forgot about H1N1, better known as “swine flu.” But, […]