Wednesday, November 04, 2009

A Message from the Public Health Agency of Canada


One of my friends happens to be a paramedic. She is a great person to go to when I have questions regarding health, injuries, teething babies, diaper rash solutions (Not for me! For Little One!), and now H1N1.

This is what she sent me:

6 comments:

E said...

Yeah - she sent me that, too! I've been practicing. It's not working. :*(

Cherry said...

Boo! We can't watch it in the US.

C said...

E:
It was so funny! At first, I thought that it was a serious message. Did I ever laugh! A is hilarious! Totally something she would send!

Yeah, I've been trying to practice the new way. The old way (sneeze/cough into the shirt sleeve/elbow) is much easier.

C said...

Cherry:
You can watch it on SurftheChannel.com

Go to surfthechannel.com, then click on "channels", then "television". All the TV shows are listed in alphabetical order. Go to "This Hour Has 22 Minutes". :)

I was shocked to see how many TV programs STC has on the site. The only thing is that you can only watch up to a little over an hour of a program or movie and then you have to wait an hour to be allowed to watch the rest if it's longer than an hour.

jMo said...

I thought the message was that the video wasn't available just like the vaccine.
(ur word ver is a swear word in Span)

C said...

jMo:
Really? You can't see the video? Hmmm...I wonder why?? :(

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