Five ways to stay informed about swine flu

  1. Don’t panic. Panic == not thinking clearly.
  2. Avoid Twitter until symptoms subside. Probably HuffPost and Drudge too.
  3. Think ahead. If you don’t already have an Emergency Preparedness Kit assembled, well, that was kind of dumb. Over your next few trips to the grocery store, gradually get stuff for one.
  4. Don’t believe everything you read on the internet. If in doubt, ask a doctor.
  5. The Time.com article is pretty even-handed, worth a read.

-m

2 Responses to “Five ways to stay informed about swine flu”

  1. Michael Bolger

    To those who are not afraid to investigate further, there are some important issues to consider, research.

    YouTube: Alex Jones on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory 1/7

    Not an endorsement for any persons views.

    Good time to look at the bigger picture, take the blinders off.

    regards

  2. mdubinko

    Well, that’s pretty much the kind of speculation I spoke out against. I won’t link to it.

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