In this week’s Must-Read articles we will explore the anatomy of burn injuries and how to treat them, as well as how to choose the best survival knife for your needs.
We will also look at how to keep safe and prepared when shoreline disasters occur, how to use a magnesium fire starter and a glimpse into some everyday dangers and how you can overcome them.
Let’s dive in…
The Anatomy Of Burn Injuries And Their Medical Treatment
Each year in the United States more than 3 million people receive some type of burn. Yet, over 10 percent of the victims require treatment and some of these, despite advanced medical technology, will die from burn injuries. Read More Here.
How to Choose the Best Survival Knife
As the term suggests, survival knives are what come to our rescue when all heck breaks loose on our camping or hunting adventures. The real question of which survival knife or pocket knife should you carry with you at all times is answered below with the top 5 things that you should keep in mind when choosing a survival knife. Read More Here.
Shoreline Survival Tips – Staying Alive Near The Sea
The vast majority of the population of the United States lives within a few hours drive of a coastline. Theoretically, therefore, we can assume that the majority of Americans, when faced with a SHTF scenario, will be within traveling distance of an ocean or sea. These shoreline survival tips will come in handy if you find yourself amongst those people. Read More Here.
Using a Magnesium Fire Starter
A magnesium fire starter is one of the most standard and popular outdoor tools available in the market. They’re often used by people on survival missions and military personnel, and are available in various shapes and sizes in gear shops all over the country. Read More Here.
Are You Prepared for Everyday Dangers?
There is something dreadful being reported daily and the danger just seems to be growing. Let’s take a look at the dangers that you may be at risk from and what you can do to keep yourself and your family safe. Read More Here.