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Superstorm Sandy Devistation on the East Cost 2012
Contaminated water, questionable food and toxic mold are just some of the health problems left by Hurricane Sandy's trail of destruction along the East Coast.
It has been hard the past week to avoid images of flooding in Mississippi and Louisiana, as the Mississippi River, gorged on rainfall from points north, threatened to leap the levees and consume New Orleans in 25 feet (!) of water.
We told you last week that June is Home Safety Month - and here is today's tip from AARP.org. This one might be particularly of interest to remember because of the unpredictable weather that this year has brought already.
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