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Emergency supply list and medical tips for people who have diabetes.

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The article is an overview of what to do after a disaster. For example, how to get back your medicare benefits and your social security benefits.

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Tri-fold handout fact sheet with information on preventing and treating heat exhaustion/stroke.

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Prolonged or intense exposure to our scorching Texas temperatures can lead to heat stroke, which is a medical emergency and requires immediate medical attention. To avoid heat-related illnesses, it is important that individuals participating in outdoor activities keep hydrated by playing it safe before and during outdoor activities. This fact sheet provides tips to prevent dehydration and heat-related illnesses.

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In an emergency, it can be vital that you know first aid. This publication recommends actions that can be taken for various injuries, emergencies or medical conditions.

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Source:  Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

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This publication offers recommendations on how to handle children with psychological trauma during and after a disasters.

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Choosing the right insect repellent could protect your health. Mosquitoes, biting flies and ticks can be annoying and sometimes pose a serious risk to public health. Insects can be carriers of such diseases as West Nile virus and Lyme disease. This fact sheet highlights the safe usage of insect repellents.

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Step by step guide to cleaning a home that has been damaged by flood waters.

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The housefly, Musca domestica , is found worldwide and lives in close proximity to humans. Because houseflies can carry many diseases of humans and domestic animals, it is important to keep their populations low. Understanding their habits and life cycle can help you eliminate the most flies at the lowest cost to you and the environment.

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