Hawaii ~ Preparing for Disasters

| Friday, March 7, 2014

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Hawaii families can face hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes and other natural or manmade disasters. Some can strike without warning, so preparing ahead is advised. And because of Hawaii’s isolation, families are encouraged to have 5-7 days worth of food and supplies on hand.
The needs of pregnant women and families with infants are unique. Here are some tips:

Preparing for Disasters: Special Information for Pregnant Women

Preparing for Disasters: Special Information for Families with Infants

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