‘Stomach/Intestinal’ Category

Survival Medicine Hour: Jack of Black Scout Surv., Gallstones, Fish Hooks, More

In this episode of the Survival Medicine Hour podcast, Joe Alton, MD and Amy Alton, ARNP, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, welcome… 0

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Gallstones: Diagnosis and Treatment

The gall bladder is a hollow sac-like organ that is attached to the liver; it stores a thick liquid substance called “bile” that… 0

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Video: Norovirus, the Stomach Flu

In this video, Joe Alton, MD discusses a recent experience with the stomach flu on a trip to New York. Norovirus is the… 0

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Survival Medicine Hour: Norovirus, Cold Myths, Man Flu?

In this episode of the Survival Medicine Hour with Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, a bout of acute… 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: Giardia, Bear Safety and more

In this episode of The Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, MD and Amy Alton, ARNP discuss the hazards of trail blazing in Gatlinburg… 0

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Food Contamination

We’ve talked a lot about sterilizing water to make it safe for drinking, but a few things in the news lately got me… 0

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Metronidazole as a Survival Antibiotic

Antibiotics are an important part of any medical arsenal in tough times. Many infections easily treated today would possibly be life-threatening in an… 0

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Doxycycline in Survival Settings

(Note: This is a companion article for our YouTube video on the antbiotic Doxycycline.)   Antibiotics are a wise addition to any survival… 2

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The Latest “Superbug”

In previous articles, I’ve discussed the risk of overuse of antibiotics leading to antibiotic resistance. Recently, I reported good news in the development… 2

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