Black People : CDC 2009 Hurricane Links

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    CDC Resources to Help You Stay Safe and Healthy in the 2009 Hurricane Season</h1>
          
    [URL="http://emergency.cdc.gov/disasters/hurricanes/reminders.asp"]Weekly Hurricane Health and Safety Tips[/URL]
    Sign up to receive weekly tips from CDC in by <strong>email</strong> or by <strong>mobile phone text message</strong>. In addition to the weekly tips, CDC will also provide you important, timely tips relevant to storms making landfall throughout the season.
        
    
    New this season: [URL="http://emergency.cdc.gov/rss/"]Subscribe to the Hurricane Tips by RSS[/URL]
        
      
    [URL="http://twitter.com/CDCemergency"]Follow CDC on Twitter[/URL]
    Get updates and health and safety tips from CDC on Twitter throughout hurricane season.
    [URL="http://m.cdc.gov/"]Bookmark the CDC Mobile Website[/URL]
    
    The CDC Mobile Website provides hurricane preparedness and recovery information specially formatted for your phone.</li>
    [URL="http://emergency.cdc.gov/disasters/hurricanes/readiness.asp"]Take Readiness Steps Before a Storm[/URL]
    And remember: power outages are expected during hurricanes and severe weather. CDC recommends that you print important information in advance.
    
    [URL="http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/HAW2/english/intro.shtml"]Official National Hurricane Preparedness Week website[/URL]
    
     From the National Hurricane Center at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
     
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