Category Archive: Survival News

Identifying and Reducing Risks of Cross Contamination

Cross contamination is one of the most serious threats to public health and safety out there.  It only takes one mistake to contract a wide-array of illnesses or become exposed to harmful substances.  The good news is that it only takes some basic steps to reduce risks to exposure, and these precautions can mean the …

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Most People Lack Basic Skills Needed in a Post-SHTF World

Gadgets, apps, automation and all of the other conveniences of modern life have left us lacking when it comes to practicing basic skills. Things like arithmetic, writing, reading comprehension and basic knowledge about science are all things that we will need to utilize in a post-SHTF world. Yet, very few of us have enough experience …

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6 Tips To Prepare For a Hurricane

Learn how planning ahead can help you protect your family, your home and your belongings in a dangerous storm.  When the weatherman tells you to take cover because a hurricane is on the way, the last thing you want to do is worry about whether you are prepared. A little effort now—before catastrophe strikes—can yield …

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What to Expect if Martial Law Comes to Town

We’ve seen a resurgence in civil unrest over the past couple of years, and there have been many instances when government has decided to institute martial law to restore order.  However, many people don’t realize the real impact that martial law has on our civil liberties and basic rights as American citizens.  It is a widely-held …

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Sim Cards are Being Designed to Track Users

Sim Cards are Being Designed to Track Users Governments around the world are expanding their capabilities to track and monitor the activities of their citizens.  One of the easiest ways to do this is by creating sim cards that can reveal a lot of information about users.  Sim cards are being developed and distributed around …

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Basic Rules Regarding the American Flag

Basic Rules Regarding the American Flag Most of us consider our nation as something sacred, and our flag is one of the most powerful symbols of our freedom and liberty.  Did you know that the flag is so important that there are actual federal codes that establish rules regarding how it should be displayed?  Let’s …

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The Growing Listeria Epidemic and What You Can do to Stay Safe

The Growing Listeria Epidemic and What You Can do to Stay Safe Listeria is a group of bacteria that contains at least 15 known strains.  It is a public health hazard that primarily impacts our food supply and causes food borne illnesses.  Listeria exposure is largely preventable if certain precautionary steps are taken in situations …

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The Amazing Health Benefits of Ginger

The Amazing Health Benefits of Ginger There are few plants out there that provide the wide-range of health benefits found in ginger.  Ginger is a potent, powerful and hearty root that can be stored for a decent amount of time.  It is also very cheap and easy to obtain.  You can even grow your own …

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Airport Cops Told To Run and Hide During a Terrorist Attack

Airport Cops Told To Run and Hide During a Terrorist Attack Chicago Airports have a big security problem, and it wasn’t until the wake of the bombings in Turkey that this news became public.  Apparently, a directive from the head of airport security instructs some police and public safety personnel to run and hide during …

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Lead in Drinking Water: Bigger Problem than Ever Imagined

Lead in Drinking Water:  Bigger Problem than Ever Imagined A recent report reveals that around 5300 municipal drinking water systems across the country are tainted with lead that exceeds safe drinking standards.  Consequently, the problem in Flint, Michigan is just a drop in the bucket when compared to the ramifications of this report.  Not only …

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