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Source:  Poison Help

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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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Source: National Extension Disaster Education Network

Includes the following courses:

  • Family Preparedness
  • Plant Biosecurity Management – 2006
  • OnGuard Protecting America’s Food System
  • Ready Business
  • Pandemic Preparedness for Business
  • Pandemic Influenza Preparedness for Faith-Based Organizations
  • Animal Agrosecurity and Emergency Management

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Source:  FEMA

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Source:  Texas AgriLife Extension Service

Five videos covering a range of flu topics including:

  • Avoiding Illness at Work and School
  • Social Distancing
  • Home Health Kit
  • Hand Hygiene
  • Taking Temperature

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Addresses how to stay healthy in the heat and how to help if someone falls ill from heat exposure.   Focuses on children, as well as others at risk, such as the elderly, individuals with illness, overweight individuals, unfit individuals, people who are not acclimatized, and athletes of all ages.

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Source:  The American Red Cross

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Source:  National Weather Service

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Source:  Texas AgriLife Extension Service

[ Patriotism Through Preparedness: Complete Booklet (.pdf) ]

[ En Espanol - Patriotism Through Preparedness: Complete Booklet (.pdf) ]

[ Patriotism Through Preparedness Youth Curriculum ] 

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This guide was developed to define the different types of disasters, to suggest protective measures for yourself and your family, and to offer sources of additional information. You and your family can be safer during and after a disaster if you become informed and prepared now.

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