Are you prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse?
Even if it is not the zombie apocalypse, did you know that FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) recommends every person in the United States have 72 hours of food, water, and emergency supplies on hand for any national or weather disaster?
For more information on how you and your family can be prepared, go to the Department of Homeland Security’s Ready.gov
To escape the zombies you don’t need to run fast, just faster than your buddy!
The American Heart Association recommends exercising 30 minutes a day, ﬁve days a week. For more information on how you can stay in shape, go to the American Heart Association
They’ve just ﬁnished munching on your neighbors and they are still looking for food!
The American Diabetes Association recommends keeping your Hemoglobin A1C less than 7%. Keep your sugars down or you just might be dessert!
For more information on living healthy with Diabetes, go to The American Diabetes Association
You are a slow moving easy target that can be sniffed out a block away. You just can’t hide with that cloud around you. If you don’t believe it, ask your non-smoking friends if they can smell you after a smoking break.
Besides, if you’re a smoker, you’ll be the one hufﬁng, pufﬁng and gasping as your buddies leave you behind as a fragrant and tasty evening snack. Keep that New Year’s resolution and quit smoking.
For help on quitting, go to The American Lung Association
Besides, it was probably an organism that started the whole zombie thing anyway.
The United States Centers for Disease Control has an incredible website designed for people just like you to read up on infections and recommended vaccinations. Who knows, the next best vaccine just might be the one that keeps you from getting infected!
For information on world diseases go to the CDC.gov
It strikes fear in the heart of those "brain thirsty" creatures. But if you’re sick or injured and need to see a doctor, most people are now required to have health insurance. It can be a life saver to you right now.
If you are not insured and need to look at plans, go to Healthcare.gov