With the coral emergency underway in B.C., CBC News is speaking to health professionals about the basics of coral health care.
The video above is an excerpt from a segment we will air tonight on Health Matters on CBC News.
“If you’re in a coral disaster zone, you need to be ready for everything.
You need to have your own personal health plan.
You don’t want to go to the hospital.
You’re not going to be able to use the public water supply.
You can’t get food.
You have to have something that you can eat,” says Dr. Michael Schmidhuber, a clinical professor at the University of Victoria.
He’s also the co-founder of Coral Medicine B.V., which is working to provide coral health services to the public.
The company is providing coral health information and referrals for emergency situations.
The idea is to help people navigate a dangerous coral situation, he says.
“It’s really important to know how to get back to your normal life.”
Schmidhuberg says the coral crisis is unique.
It is happening in B, he said, because there is no national coral reef management plan.
“We’re really lucky in B.”
Dr. Robert A. Kagan is a professor in the department of family and community medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.
He also co-founded Coral Medicine with Schmidharber.
Kagen says B.A.C.’s coral emergency is different than most coral disasters.
“The biggest difference between B.S. and B.P. is that B.B. has a lot of coral, and the B.K. has very little,” he says in an interview.
“And it’s just really different to B.N.C. It’s a really unique situation.”
The coral emergency has become the latest example of how people are trying to navigate the ocean without knowing how to manage their health.
Coral emergencies have become a popular topic on the Internet.
Kagan says that people are becoming more aware of the importance of keeping their own coral health.
“This has become a little bit of a public health crisis.
And people have been saying, ‘What are we going to do if we get into a coral crisis?’
And we’ve been trying to get to the bottom of that.”
Kagen says people should follow the advice of the National Coral Health Advisory Committee.
The group includes a lot people in the community.
KAGEN: You need a coral health plan, you have to be prepared for everything, you can’t go to a hospital.
KATIE: It’s not like we have a private hospital.
It might be more convenient if we have to go somewhere to get our own health care, but that’s not the case.
Dr Kagan says it’s important to understand the coral situation.
“Coral emergency is a really complex situation, and there are a lot more things that need to happen before you can say, ‘I’ve got a coral problem.’
You have a lot going on.
The corals can’t survive without oxygen, so they need to breathe,” he said.
As the coral shortage worsens, B.E.T. says it is working with health authorities, local governments and other agencies to help citizens cope.
The organization is also providing resources to help B.M. residents, including a list of recommended food and water sources.
In addition to the National Health Advisory Council, there are various coral health organizations, including the Beddington Group.
It has issued a list with the recommendations of health experts.
For example, the Baidu Health website recommends eating seaweed.
On Monday, the University, University of British Columbia and the University College London released coral emergency advisories.
C’S COLLAPSING COAST REACHES ‘CRISIS CAPABILITY LEVEL’ The National Parks and Wilderness Society is urging people to heed the National Coastal Advisory Committee’s advice.
The advice is to “take the following precautions to protect your health and well-being” and “to remain vigilant.”
The council also says people can use a number of non-medical means to keep themselves and their families safe.
One of the things that we recommend is to wear a long sleeve, light-colored shirt and a hat.
You also need to wear an eye shield.
If you are outdoors and in a car, you should wear a reflective hat and use a hat cover, because you might have to look down and see the sun.
If someone is in your car, the safest way to protect yourself is to drive away, and not look back.
The B.J.M.’s Schmidhauer says that it’s time to be proactive in the face of this emergency.
“What you want to do is make sure you are doing what you can to get out of the car and be safe.
And that’s what we’re encouraging you to do