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Barbara L. Feiner

Disaster preparedness expert Barbara L. Feiner keeps you up to date on the latest news and trends.


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  • Got Water?

    27 Oct 2005

    After seeing footage of a ravaged New Orleans, should we keep more than the recommended amount of safe drinking water on hand?

  • A Public Health Nightmare

    30 Sep 2005

    “The spread of disease from contaminated water will be the top health threat for the more than 2 million people impacted by the hurricane.”

  • Voiceless Victims

    15 Sep 2005

    Follow the Humane Society’s disaster preparedness guidelines to ensure your pet’s safety.


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  • Tornado Preparedness

    17 Nov 2005

    While Doppler radar and tornado warning systems have dramatically reduced fatalities, many residents in tornado-prone states fail to take basic emergency preparedness precautions.

  • Don’t Bug Me!

    08 Nov 2005

    Insect and rodent populations increase rapidly after disasters like hurricanes.

  • Treading Water

    01 Nov 2005

    "The failure to maintain adequate stocks of water and food in a disaster can range from merely inconvenient situations to life-threatening scenarios."


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