lungs and respiratory health
What you can do: Don't let green-seeming advertisements distract you from the dangers of smoking. If you smoke, get help to quit.
What you can do: Switch to green energy if you can; monitor local air conditions when you exercise outdoors.
What you can do: Have a few N95 masks on hand, but don’t bust them out until they’re needed.
What you can do: As soon as you’re feeling ill, let your employers know so they have as much advance notice as possible. Then stay home and recover.
What you can do: Keep the outbreak in perspective, and wash your hands the way germ experts do.
What you can do: Pick up the phone to tell your officials to support clean energy for cleaner air.
What you can do: Wash your hands—the proper way—often. Mix up a homemade formula that wipes out flu germs.
What you can do: Wash your hands with hot, soapy water often; don't go to work or school if you're experiencing flu-like symptoms.
What you can do: Use hand-powered lawn and garden equipment, and tell your reps you want to see stricter pollution controls for power plants and industrial boilers.
What you can do: If you suspect you have the flu, stay home, drink plenty of fluids, and know the emergency signs.