When there is a concern for dangerous communicable diseases spreading, the CDC activates pandemic mitigation measures. Quarantines can last anywhere from days to months depending on the severity of the contagion. Now is the time to plan and prepare for this type of disaster.
Reducing your risk of catching the flu has nothing to do with the flu shot and everything to do with personal hygiene, leading a healthy lifestyle, and boosting your body’s immune system.
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Check out this list of some of the things that you may not have considered for your bug out bag gear.
You probably all ready have a family emergency kit put together with all of the essentials that you and your family would need in case of a emergency. But did you include your pets?
These tips will help minimize mistakes, and ensure your stored food and water will be available when you most need them.
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Not having electric power the job of preserving a portion of the harvest to help us out in the winter was a long one.
Storing food at todays prices to use tomorrow is a way of protecting yourself and your family from price hike shocks. Starting a vegetable garden as well as storing food is better still. If you have no experience now is the time to get it, before you actually need it.
If you have some basic supplies, some ingenuity and a little horse-sense, you have a fighting chance in a serious disaster.
There’s quite a few ways to keep water but the big questions are how much water to save and what’s the best way to keep it safe?
Recognizing the warning signs, and that history repeats itself, are critical advantages to keeping safe.