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National Preparedness Month

National Preparedness Month is September!

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National Preparedness Month is Here. If you haven’t recently, now might be a good time to access your overall preparedness during National Preparedness Month.  With so many reasons to have some of the essentials you’ll need on a daily basis at your disposal, it makes sense to take some time to do a needs assessment. […]

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Suturing Wounds

Suturing Wounds

Does the thought of Suturing Wounds make you queasy? The very definition of the word prepper is someone who has prepared themselves for as many disastrous situations as possible. They have prepared themselves in the event where the survival depends on things that they can manage on their own without the help of traditional services. […]

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Burn Relief

DIY Burn Relief

“Don’t touch that, it’s hot!” is a phrase that has been uttered many times in many different languages. Minor burns unfortunately are a part of life and everyone at one time or another will have to deal with them. If the burn isn’t serious, there are many methods you can use for burn relief that […]

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Drawing Salve

DIY – Drawing Salve

DIY-Drawing Salve: Do you have slivers? Not anymore! If you’re like most people, you probably have at one time or another gotten a splinter that has been difficult to get out. Either it is really deep and hard to get to or the victim is a small child and they are wiggly and getting them […]

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Hypothermia

Hypothermia – Recognition and Treatment

What are the signs of Hypothermia? With the frigid temperatures here, it is vitally important to keep warm. Hypothermia is a very real danger that you have to be aware of. Hypothermia is when your body temperature drops below 95 degrees. Hypothermia, if not properly treated can lead to confusion and eventually death. I found […]

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