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What if Sandy had been a Volcano?

Watching the aftermath of Sandy, my heart goes out to all the people affected by the storm, for lost loved ones, lost homes and lost treasures. So much has been tragically wiped away. But this blog is about emergency preparedness, … Continue reading

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September is National Preparedness Month

In the wake of Hurricane Isaac, President Obama has declared September National Preparedness Month. It’s a good time to take another look at your family’s state of disaster readiness. If you live on Oahu, a Preparedness EXPO sponsored by FEMA, … Continue reading

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Emergency Medical Alternatives

Here we are in 2012 already. Those of you aware of the Mayan calendar (and who isn’t anymore) may be wondering about that. I am too – but being prepared this year doesn’t automatically make you someone who thinks the … Continue reading

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Increase in Media Prep Coverage?

Recently I’ve noticed more news about emergency preparedness appearing from mainstream sources. The earthquake/tsunami in Japan was likely a large part of this upsurge, but, there are quite a few ongoing disasters happening worldwide at the moment, including some pretty … Continue reading

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