Survival Medicine Hour: Storms, Mudslides, Nosebleeds, More

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Erika may not be a tropical storm or hurricane, but it’ll still send wind and rain to Florida and the Gulf Coast. What defines a severe storm and what are the dangers associated with them, including mudslides. What should you do to prepare? Also, Dr. Alton, aka Dr. Bones, discusses the right way to deal with a nosebleed (you might be surprised) and the plight of Ebola survivors in West Africa; many of them are still not completely well. Does Ebola have a chronic component? All this and more on the Atlanta, Georgia edition of the Doom and Bloom Survival Medicine Hour!

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Wishing you the best in good times or bad,

Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amyvideocast

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