Are you prepared for the unexpected at home?
September is National Preparedness Month. Safety professionals encourage everyone to develop and update their emergency plan during this month. Below are four steps to help you, your family and friends be ready.
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Anna Kohler, health enews contributor, is a public affairs specialist for Advocate Health Care and Aurora Health Care. She received her Bachelor of Science in public relations from Illinois State University and has worked in healthcare public relations for over three years. In her free time, she enjoys working out, exploring new places with her friends and family and keeping up with the latest trends.
Prepared for what? It depends on the scenario. Do I need to leave town? Do I need to hunker down in my basement? Are we talking earthquake, hurricane, terrorist attack, what?