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Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse FAQ

Intro: In 2011, the US CDC created a blog post on “Zombie Apocalypse preparedness”. This tongue-in-cheek blog was initially meant to capitalize on the resurging popularity of zombie-related movies and television programs and create an awareness for general disaster preparedness and mitigation. Since 2011, the US CDC has maintained its “zombie” awareness page and campaign, adding to it each year in an effort to reach the masses and educate about all types of preparedness. iJET International would like to take this opportunity on Halloween (All Hallows Eve) to present questions and answers on why preparation for a zombie apocalypse may save your life!

Spain: Takeover of Catalonian Administration Likely to Prompt Continued Protests

Continued protest activity relating to tensions around the issue of Catalan independence is likely in the coming weeks after the Spanish federal government revoked Catalonian autonomy and dismissed the regional government. Although Madrid will now likely seek to de-escalate the crisis, campaigning ahead of fresh regional elections scheduled for Dec. 21 could encourage further demonstrations by both pro-Spain and pro-independence activists. However, it remains highly unlikely that the situation will deteriorate to the point where it poses a direct threat to foreign companies or travelers in Catalonia.
Travel Security for US-bound Flights

New Security Measures for US-Bound Flights Unlikely to Cause Significant Disruptions

On Thursday, October 26, the deadline for airlines to impose new security measures mandated by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for international flights to the United States went into effect. While the deadline received significant media attention, the new measures have not caused significant disruptions for travelers.
Know the warning signs of stroke

Workplace Preparedness: Stroke Warning Signs

It’s already known that stress from work can increase your risk for cardiovascular disease, particularly high blood pressure and heart disease. High blood pressure is one of the most important known risk factors in stroke – and many people don’t even know they have it. It is often called the ‘silent killer’. The only way to know you have high blood pressure is to get checked. Strokes are the fifth leading cause of death for Americans and fourth largest cause of death in the United Kingdom.

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