‘Medications’ Category

Surviving A Hangover

In normal times or times of trouble, New Year’s Eve is a time where many break out the Smoky Mountain Moonshine and end up regretting it the… 0

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The “Stomach Flu” Virus

We often write about disaster situations that we personally experience. We’ve been through hurricanes, tornadoes, and epidemics, just to mention a few. Recently,… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Pneumonia, Natural Remedies

This episode of the Survival Medicine Hour with Joe and Amy Alton contains the last part of the series on respiratory infections, this… 0

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Video: Storing Medications

In good times or bad times, having a strategy for the proper storage of medicines will help preserve their potency for when they’re… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Storing Meds, Respiratory Infection, Pt. 1

The Survival Medicine Hour (November 11, 2016) exposes the issues we all face when looking at an uncertain future. If you prepare for… 0

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Storing Medications

Being prepared for disasters means storing food, but it also means putting together a stockpile of medical supplies. While bandages and instruments may… 0

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Video: Fish Antibiotic Update

In this video, Joe Alton, MD addresses the concerns of those in the preparedness community who store veterinary equivalents of human antibiotics for… 0

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The Future of Fish Antibiotics in Survival?

As the first physician to write, years ago, about aquarium and avian antibiotics as a survival tool, I’ve long realized their utility in… 0

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Super Lice Now in 48 States

It’s August, time to get the kids ready to go back to school. A bunch of children together in class means a lot… 0

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Prepping With Prescription Dependencies, Guest Post by Cory Thomas

(Joe Alton, MD aka Dr. Bones says: We support the efforts of aspiring writers in survival medicine, and you’ll occasionally see a guest… 0

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