Bath salts’ abuse balloons in Augusta County

Bath salts’ abuse balloons in Augusta County

Bath salts' abuse balloons in Augusta County

Bath salts’ abuse balloons in Augusta County

Public Mood and outlook in the latest incident in an in-the-meat-eating “zombie” is a fable would increase anxiety and potentially uncontrollable consequences for the turbulent society.

But this is more than just public obsession with the ‘Walking Dead’ craze. In fact, since the cult of adoration, and then the zombies in pop culture, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention began a blog entitled “Preparedness 101:

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Zombie Apocalypse” CDC officials say it comes to emergency preparation, despite the bad taste the campaign names. The effort comes after concerns about the radiation fears earthquake and tsunami in Japan surged last year.

CDC spokesman Dave Daigle told FoxNews.com that someone had asked CDC officials or zombies would be of concern due to fears of radiation in Japan and its related traffic entry. “It’s a bit tongue-in-cheek campaign,” Daigle said. “We talked about hurricane preparedness and someone complained that we kept putting out the same messages.”