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Video: Getting Rid of Rodents

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VIDEO: Getting Rid of Rodents in Good Times or Bad Every year, a percentage of our food supply is contaminated by the dropping and urine of rats and mice. It’s bad enough in normal times, but it can be a disaster off the grid. Rodents also carry diseases that can affect the health of your group members at a time when modern medicine may not be available. Therefore, it makes sense to eliminate your unwanted guests! In this video, which

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Can We End Active Shooter Events?

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  Can we end active shooter events? A mentally disturbed man entered a South Florida high school and killed at least 17 people with an AR-15 rifle. Nikolas Cruz was expelled from the school for erratic and violent behavior and was reported to have an obsession with guns. Social media posts were also thought to be “disturbing”. At present, at least a dozen people are still in the hospital, some in critical condition. The recent shootings in diverse settings greet

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Survival Medicine Hour: Nosebleeds, Pregnancy Complications, Flu Recurrence, More

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  SURVIVAL MEDICINE HOUR PODCAST   You might not think it’s possible, but there are enough different flu viruses circulating this season that you could actually get the flu again before Spring! H3N2 is the most common form around this year, but late season flus like Influenza B could bring you down again before things warm up. Joe and Amy talk about their recovery from a nasty case of the flu and give you some important advice. Plus, how to

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Video: Adding Natural Remedies to First Aid Kits

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If you’re putting together a solid first aid kit, you have to decide if that kit is going to have to perform in long-term survival settings. You can put together a decent kit or even consider one of our specially-designed kits, but what if a disaster turns out to be a long-term event that knocks you off the grid for months, maybe longer? It’s pretty clear you’ll eventually run out of standard medicines and other supplies quickly, especially if you’re

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Nosebleeds

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HOW TO STOP A NOSEBLEED A common, often minor, problem that causes significant anxiety for both the patient and the caregiver is the nosebleed, also known as “epistaxis”. More than 50% of the population will experience a nose bleed during their life, although only about 10% will require medical aid to stop it. Most significant bleeds will occur either at a very young age (2-10 years) or much later (50-80 years of age). NASAL ANATOMY The lining of the nose

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Survival Medicine Hour: The Flu Hits The Hosts, Antibiotic Use, More

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Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, come down with the flu after their successful appearance at the SHOT show in Nevada, just one of 47 states reporting widespread outbreaks of influenza. Find out how hard it is to escape becoming a victim, even if you walk around with hand sanitizer in your pocket all day! Nurse Amy gives her advice for speeding recovery and Dr. Bones talks about the anti-viral drug Tamiflu and how it works

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Avalanche Survival

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  An avalanche, also called a “snowslide”, is a mass of snow, ice, and debris sliding rapidly down a mountainside, and is a risk to any winter hiker. Just as a snowball rolling down a hill picks up more snow as it goes, an avalanche can achieve significantly more volume and mass as it travels. Although they rarely make the news, avalanches cause an average of 28 deaths a year. This event may seem like a rare occurrence, but it

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Survival Medicine Hour: James Rawles, Staph, Chest Trauma, More

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Survival Medicine Hour #373 Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy discuss chest trauma, including rib fractures, ballistic and projectile trauma, and pneumothorax. Plus, an interview with Survival Blog’s James Rawles on a book he wrote about a hypothetical Christian homeland in his novel “Land of Promise”. Plus, a series of listener questions about things like Staph infections, food-grade diatomaceous earth, and much more! To listen in, click below: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/survivalmedicine/2018/01/26/survival-medicine-hour-james-rawles-chest-trauma-staph-more Wishing you the best of health in

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Survival Medicine Hour: Sleep Deprivation, Flagyl in Survival, Eye Injuries, Face Masks, More

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Survival Medicine Hour #372 Sleep deprivation is part and parcel of any post-apocalyptic setting, and you’d better know how to recognize it and deal with the issue in times of trouble. We discuss diagnosis, treatment, and use of natural remedies to help your anxious and depressed people stay work-efficient. Plus, eye injury questions from a Survival Podcast listener, and a discussion of how to recognize and treat pneumonia off the grid, and a discussion of the basics of the use

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Diseases Caused By Food And Water Contamination

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The primary necessity for survival is the availability of air. Once you have air to breathe, water, food, and shelter become the next requirements for your continued existence on the planet; that is, clean water and properly prepared food. Even in normal times, there are many instances where an outbreak of infectious disease occurs due to water of poor quality. Ingesting food that was incompletely cooked caused the deaths of medieval kings in medieval times and may even have sparked

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