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Some Resources for the FLU Season

As I was watching the morning news today, the “show” (more entertainment than news…but don’t get me started) reported that the flu is spreading faster than at other times.  A quick Google map search provided the CDC’s weekly Flu Update Map.  See the map below.

So, I sat the kids down at lunch and reminded them to wash their hands often, not to put their fingers to their eyes or mouth and to just be vigilant about taking care of themselves.

I thought it would be a good idea to revisit some resources that I have shared in the past.

Thoughts on the Flu in our Public Schools – A guest article on www.shtfplan.com

EDC for Students – A recent post of mine on www.edthatmatters.com

The Flu Tag on Prepper Website – Some great links to articles all over the internet about natural remedies, herbs, recipes, etc…

Google Flu Trends Map – Worldwide Map – Clickable to your state

Respiratory Infections: Colds vs. Flus – Dr. Bones & Nurse Amy @ www.doomandbloom.net

Be Prepared Out There!

Peace,
Todd

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Todd is the owner/editor of Prepper Website, a DAILY preparedness aggregator that links to the best articles on the internet. He is a public school administrator and a pastor. Todd also blogs at Ed That Matters on matters of preparedness and from time to time, education. Connect with Todd on one of the social media outlets below.

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