Monday, January 22, 2007

Flu Finder

I found a site that I thought may be very helpful to everyone and I would like to share it with you.

http://www.flufinder.com

All you have to do is insert your zip code and it will alert you as to what the flu index is in your area, I check it often. As you will find out, I check into everything when it comes to my health especially my lungs. If I can stay on top of such thing, hopefully I can do something to prevent myself from getting the flu, such as; plenty of liquids, proper diet and plenty of rest and a "real biggie"... stay away from large crowds!!! I was in a store today and a woman coughed and I PANICKED... really I did. I took my hankie out of my pocket and covered my nose and mouth with it. It actually scared me, I could visualize alllll of those germs floating in the air as I approached.

Breathe Easy,
1 2 3 Inhale ... 1 2 3 4 Exhale
Sandy

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi! I was searching for flu information and came upon this blogpost. I wanted to suggest another resource for flu activity in your area. It's called FluNearYou. It's the first nationwide open surveillance system for flu reporting. You sign up at this link: http://www.flunearyou.org/?a=0382fcf29253a7 and then you can see who is reporting flu in your area and nationwide. You also have access to CDC flu data, where to find flu vaccines and public health department links. So it's a good resources and a super cool way to track the flu around you. Just thought I'd share! Enjoy and stay healthy!

Best,

A.

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