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Winter Health Hazards: A Blizzard within Your Body
Old Man Winter may be up in age, but he can still pack a powerful punch. With freezing cold and wet weather, and a short ramp-up time to adjust to the change, winter presents a host of health concerns, from the flu to frostbite. Medical and practical nursing instructors at Brown Mackie College have provided background information and helpful hints to battle the blizzard of germs, ailments, and illnesses that inflict many of us each winter.

War Emergency Preparations
When the first plane crashed into the world trade center, everyone first thought it was an accident. As the second plane hit, everyone knew it was something worse. There has not been a major conflict in over fifty years but it does not mean that people are safe. There are elements in the world that want to do harm and people have to be prepared for it.

How to Survive in a Tsunami
Tsunamis are not caused by strong winds but by tectonic displacements (earthquakes, volcano eruptions, landslides) that occur on the seafloor. Earthquakes that produce tsunamis are those that reach 6.5 or more on the Richter scale. The average speed of the waves is 300 mph and can last from 5 minutes to an hour.

Preparing for a Flood Emergency
Strong tropical storms and hurricanes often cause flooding, even in areas that are not prone to such an event. With the extreme weather conditions that we are facing today, everybody should be prepared for anything, particularly flooding.

Know What to Do If You’re in an Auto Accident
No one wants to think about being in an auto accident. But even the safest drivers can be involved in an accident, and the fact is that if it happens to you, knowing what to do and being prepared will help you deal with an accident.

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