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Social Media: Hurricanes

Satellite Imagry of Large Hurricane (Source: NASA)

Widgets

Widgets are applications that anyone can display on their website or blog. These widgets are automatically updated to display featured content, so you always have up-to-date, credible health and safety content.

Hurricanes

Hurricane Health & Safety Tips Widget. Flash Player 9 is required.
Hurricane Health & Safety Tips Widget.
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Buttons

Buttons share health messages and information about campaigns and causes online. These graphic elements can be posted to any web site, blog, social networking profile, or email signature and link users to more information.

Hurricanes

Hurricanes - Learn How To Protect Yourself

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Posters

CDC has a new library of infographics that teach readers about how to be ready for a range of different disasters, including hurricanes, wildfires, and more. Share them on social media or print them out to post in your office, school, or home.

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Be Ready! Hurricanes

This graphic includes important tips on being ready before and after a hurricane or tropical storm.

Be Ready Before and After Hurricanes

Poster - “Be Ready Before and After Hurricanes”

eCards

Electronic greeting cards, or eCards, are in inexpensive and effective way to encourage healthy behavior and communicate health messages to individuals. Send a colorful greeting with a personal message to someone today!

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Prepare. Plan. Stay Informed.

Prepare. Plan. Stay Informed. - A family reviewing documents.
Prepare. Plan. Stay Informed.

Caring is Preparing

eCard - Caring is Preparing
Caring is Preparing

Calm Before the Storm

eCard - Calm Before the Storm
Calm Before the Storm

Blogs

Blogs (or Web logs) are regularly updated online journals that allows information-sharing in a way that encourages readers to comment and engage with the content.

Public Health Matters Blog

Hurricane Evacuation Route Sign with Threatening SkiesFirst There Were Zombies, Then Came Hurricanes
CDC and FEMA are busy preparing for the upcoming hurricane season, and now that you've taken the necessary precautions to prepare for a zombie apocalypse, you can start preparing for hurricane season, too. In recognition of Hurricane Preparedness Week, we want to remind you of some simple steps you can take. The same steps that we described in our zombie post (get a kit, make a plan, be informed) are key to getting prepared for a hurricane as well.

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Test Your Knowledge: Hurricanes
Hurricane season spans six months (June 1 – November 30), so to get you in the right frame of mind and ready for anything Mother Nature has in store, we decided to post some hurricane trivia (you can also wow your friends will all your storm knowledge at the next dinner party).

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