Long-time family doctor James Hubbard teaches how to survive disasters, in the wild, or anytime expert medical help is unavailable, at TheSurvivalDoctor.com. He’s also the author of the best-selling e-books The Survival Doctor’s Guide to Wounds and The Survival Doctor’s …
Leaving home means venturing away from the safety of your home where necessary items are waiting to be used. If an emergency occurs while in the vehicle, having the necessary items in place can save essential time, money and provide relief.
During times of disaster, our pets need a little extra TLC to help them cope with the stressful situation at hand. Having some first aid supplies set aside for your pets may help ensure they are as safe as the other members of the family.
Learning how to care for non-perforating wounds during times of emergencies could save a loved ones life. Read more from Dr. Bones on the steps you need to follow to care for theses types of wounds.
Antibiotics are quickly becoming a thing of the past due to their ineffectiveness to cure infections. But is all hope lost? Perhaps we should take notice of the healing nature of spices – specifically cinnamon.
Head bumps happen often, but there are six warning signs to look that could be dangerous.
The threat of feral dog packs presently exist and will only increase from the poor economic downturn our country is experiencing. Learn about wound care from dogs and the infections that exist.
Here are ten diseases that will make their presence felt after a major, long term,disaster be it war, societal collapse or in some cases even an economic downturn.
Vitamin deficiencies could become more prevalent during a long term emergency. The unprepared, especially will come face to face with medical ailments stemming from vitamin deficiencies. Learn more about the symptoms and how to avoid it.