Lack of water contributes to the spread of infectious diseases because you’re unable to maintain basic cleanliness and hygiene. This article runs down five simple steps to help you keep your space clean when you don’t have access to running water.
This week’s batch of must-read articles covers all sorts of threats from disease to digital and everything in between. But first, see why sometimes it pays to think like a criminal.
This week, special operations physician Omar Hamada answers your survival medicine questions. Hopefully, you will learn a thing or two that might save your life — or the life of a loved one — by giving you time to get to a proper medical facility.
Prepping is something everyone can (and should) do. But I understand that age, illness and physical disabilities can present extra challenges when planning for an emergency. But where there’s a will, there’s a way — and sometimes all you really need are a few good ideas to get you started.
In an emergency situation, two of the most important things you will need to provide for yourself are food and water. Good thing there is one survival tool that can help you with both — a survival stove.
Want to turn back the hands of time and ensure your health on its most basic level? New research shows an all-natural nutrient can do just that. Read on to discover more.
If you suffer from any chronic symptom, any disease, any condition, then this may be one of the most important articles you ever read.