There's no rest for the undead, it seems.
Zombies have been used by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help spread tips about preparing for natural disasters. They've been "studied" by Canadian researchers trying to figure out the best way to respond to new, highly infectious diseases.
Originally published on Mon October 31, 2011 4:44 pm
Set aside your doubts about zombies and ignore the signs of Photoshopping (like that reflection in the window of a guy with a baseball cap).
Here's a photo/illustration that begs for some creative caption suggestions (and ChicagoNow.com has just such a contest going).
Have you ever wondered what will stop the Free Mall Shuttle from running? Turns out it's the undead, 30,000 of them. The 6th Annual Zombie Crawl swarmed, over-ran, marched and moaned for BRRRRAAAAIIIINSSS!!! on the 16th St Mall in Denver Saturday.
Originally published on Thu May 19, 2011 11:40 am
Here's a simple public health message: If you've prepared for a zombie apocalypse, then you're ready for just about anything.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention seized on the idea as a way to get Americans to prepare for more likely natural disasters, ranging from floods to earthquakes.