Preparing for Emergencies Can Be a Lifesaver

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If you're worried about being prepared for emergencies, the best advice can come from an emergency physician. While you can’t be prepared for every eventuality, you can be ready for the unexpected! A little planning ahead can be a lifesaver – literally! Here are questions and answers to consider to help you prepare for emergencies.

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