On this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Hour, Nurse Amy and Dr. Bones interview Tom Martin of the well-known American Preppers Network. They talk about the concept of community, Tom’s adventures as a trucker and on international travels, and what to do if you’re away from your preps when
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You may think toenail problems are small stuff, but trying to do the activities of daily survival with an ingrown toenail is a big deal in times of trouble. When you have to be at 110% efficiency, you sure don’t want to have pain every time you take a step.
We were at the recent USA Prepares event in Missouri and many of the questions that we fielded during our time there related to the stockpiling of medicines and what each medicine was useful for in times of trouble. There isn’t a 60 second answer to this. Actually, there isn’t
(As the main proponent of aquatic antibiotics as alternatives in times of trouble, I have discussed these medications but do not sell them. If you are interested in antibiotics to treat your sick fish, consider visiting www.fishmoxfishflex.com, where they have a wide variety of aquatic and avian medication for
Hey Self-Reliant Nation, Infectious disease has always been with us and some of the most common ones involves the lungs and airways. One of these, Tuberculosis, was a disease that occurred in pandemic proportions in the past. From kings (Edward VI of England) to poets (American poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning)
Tonight on the Doom and Bloom(tm) Hour, April 7, 2012 at 9pm EST, we have a fantastic guest, Vickilynn Haycraft a well-known author and host of Get Real- Get Prepared on this network every Saturday at 6pm EST. Dr Bones and Nurse Amy will give you some advice on storing
By Bernadette Bay O’Shaughnessy of www.patriciaressenterprises.net (Bones note: This is a guest post that explores options other than aquarium and avian antibiotics, which I have long espoused as a viable option for disaster stockpiling) My father and grandfather were both registered pharmacists who graduated near the head of their classes.