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If the El Nino does arrive you can expect food prices to riser even faster than they are at present. Large swathes of agricultural land, land that currently supplies everything from fruit and vegetables to grains and cattle will suffer from the massive weather variations that El Nino brings.
It took the patient more than a week before he sought help in an emergency department in Orlando, Florida. Once he arrived, he waited nearly 12 hours in the ER before staff recognized a MERS link and placed him in an isolation room. The patient did not have signs of a respiratory infection, not even a cough
Climate change is the one subject that can polarize the guests at a dinner party in one minute flat, but what many people fail to recognize is that both scenarios require us to step up, and in some cases look in a different way, at how we prepare for the future.
It won’t take much for heavy flooding to occur in certain areas this spring due to the unusually cold and wet winter that occurred. Prepare for this type of disaster beforehand.
In a Navy SEALs line of work, a SHTF situation is right around the corner and they need to know how to react quickly. Use their training checklist to help you be better prepared and more aware in your environment.
In our consumption-based society, as soon as something is broken, we don’t think twice about tossing it to the curb and buying a new one. We do this without realizing the other uses these appliances or their parts could serve us in the future.
Locks don’t always stop shooters.Take a tour of one teacher’s classroom who has found a way around the “weapon free” zone to protect his students using makeshift weapons. There should be more teachers like this one!