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Category: Advocacy


Health Equity and Flu

April 27, 2022 - One of FFF’s core beliefs is that everyone, regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, or any other identifying information, deserves to be healthy. Because the health of one affects the health of all, we want EVERYONE to have the best chance at getting vaccinated, tested, and treated against influenza to avoid a potentially […]
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How To Take Care of Yourself When Grieving

April 10, 2022 - There is nothing we can say that can immediately ease the loss of your loved one. But, there are others like you who have experienced a loss, and we know how to best take care of yourself during the grief process.  While everyone grieves differently, the following tips and recommendations will help you to cope […]
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Top 5 Ways to Help Someone Grieve

April 1, 2022 - Losing a loved one is the most difficult thing a person can experience. Trying to help and communicate with grieving family members and close friends of the deceased can present its own set of challenges. It is common to feel awkward when trying to comfort someone who is grieving. Many people do not know what […]
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How To Talk to Kids About Vaccines

March 25, 2022 - The following article is guest authored by Dr. Alexandria Yarborough, PharmD. She is a Pharmacy Manager in South Carolina and a Families Fighting Flu Advocate.  Vaccines save lives, but children may not realize that and have negative emotions because they are scared of needles. The way a parent or healthcare provider talks to kids about […]
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How To Remember a Loved One on a Death Anniversary

March 18, 2022 - Families Fighting Flu was founded by families who lost their loved ones to the flu. We know firsthand that death anniversaries (sometimes called “angelversaries”) can be challenging.  Here are some ideas to make meaning out of a day that can serve as a painful reminder of a tragic event:  Volunteer at an organization or with […]
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Black History Month: Dr. Alexa Irene Canady

February 1, 2022 - The following blog post is authored by Annaliese Collins, a public health major at Muhlenberg College, class of 2023. They are passionate about peer education, community health and wellness, and disease prevention. Black History Month Black History Month challenges Americans to learn more about the integral role that Black Americans have in the history of […]
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Black History Month: Dr. William Augustus Hinton

February 1, 2022 - The following blog post is authored by Annaliese Collins, a public health major at Muhlenberg College, class of 2023. They are passionate about peer education, community health and wellness, and disease prevention. Black History Month Black History Month challenges Americans to learn more about the integral role that Black Americans have in the history of […]
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Black History Month: Dr. Marie Maynard Daly

February 1, 2022 - The following blog post is authored by Annaliese Collins, a public health major at Muhlenberg College, class of 2023. They are passionate about peer education, community health and wellness, and disease prevention. Black History Month Black History Month challenges Americans to learn more about the integral role that Black Americans have in the history of […]
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Black History Month: Henrietta Lacks

January 24, 2022 - The following blog post is authored by Annaliese Collins, a public health major at Muhlenberg College, class of 2023. They are passionate about peer education, community health and wellness, and disease prevention. Black History Month Black History Month challenges Americans to learn more about the integral role that Black Americans have in the history of […]
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Black History Month: Honoring Black Legacies in Health and Science

January 24, 2022 - The following blog post is authored by Annaliese Collins, a public health major at Muhlenberg College, class of 2023. They are passionate about peer education, community health and wellness, and disease prevention. As we come upon another February, the faces of great Black Americans will grace our screens.  Black History Month challenges Americans to learn […]
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