Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
Learn how to prevent hypothermia and frostbite; avoid carbon monoxide poisoning; and stay safe if the power goes out.
Learn about Red Cross shelters currently open in the affected areas in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Stay up to date with federal public health and medical services support being provided in response to Hurricane Sandy
Hurricanes and tropical storms and the severe weather they produce can lead to emotional distress in those that experience them.
During a power outage, never use generators or other gasoline, propane, or charcoal burning devices inside your home or garage. They produce carbon monoxide which kills hundreds of Americans each year.
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