This flu season is on target for being one of the worst seasons on record. Learn all about H3N2 here, plus learn about natural ways you can beat this nasty flu strain.
In an extended emergency, having lice is no joking matter and can quickly spread to other group or family members. Equip yourself with the knowledge and tools needed to naturally eradicate lice from the home.
An amazing article written by Lizzie Bennett discussing the different methods of cleaning a necrotic wound.
It is time to look outside of the box and consider everyday items to re-purpose for medical emergencies. Albeit, these ten items are unconventional in terms of medical use, but could save your life.
One day you may be looking to nature for your pharmaceuticals. With these easy to follow instructions, you can learn to easily create your own homemade salves using nature’s medicine.
Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy discuss the top medical emergencies to expect during an emergency. Knowing what situations to prepare for will make you a more effective medical resource and might save lives.
Itâ€™s important to know what youâ€™ll do in times of extreme emergencies. Having a medical plan, knowing what medical-related items you will need and what important training is needed will help keep you and those around you thriving.
A basic suturing technique using a non-surgical needle is discussed and the importance of closing deep tissue wounds in order to prevent pathogens and germs from infecting a wound sight.
If you have done any research into medical preparedness you know that access to medical facilities and its staff will be greatly diminished during times of disaster. Read more here about how to efficiently set up triage stations in an emergency situation.
In the event of a prolonged or long-term power disruptions, without heat to warm yourself and your home, winter will be a nightmare to endure if you are not properly prepared for it. Finding a way to maintain warmth will inevitably be left up to you to provide.