Check Your First Aid Supplies Lately? I Just Did And I Was Shocked At My Failure…

The other day my kid was feeling sick with sinus pressure so I went looking for some Children’s Mucinex and, while I had two bottles, they had apparently “expired” about three years ago.

Now, normally I wouldn’t pay too much attention to expiration dates but since it was a

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What to Know About Brown Recluse Spider Bites (video)

I used to live in the Midwest where brown recluse spiders were fairly common. The thing was that I rarely saw them BECAUSE they’re reclusive! The following video discusses how to know if you’ve been bitten, what to expect, and how to treat if necessary using home remedies and even what

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RZ Mask: Airborne Contamination Protection In Your Bug Out Bag (video)

Like he says, airborne contamination is probably an overlooked area of preparedness in most bug out bags. In this video, he points out an interesting tool that I hadn’t heard of before today, the which is obviously intended to help protect you from harmful airborne contaminants.

The interesting

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Why Fish Antibiotics Are Logical For Survival (video)

Dr. Alton (of DoomAndBloom.net) uses some good old fashioned logic sprinkled with some doctor know-how as to why fish antibiotics are–in most cases–no different than human antibiotics. Near the end he also points out that regulations may be coming soon to make it more difficult to purchase

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How to Remove Poison Ivy The Right Way (Video)

Found this useful video shared on Facebook today. Seems that it doesn’t much matter which poison ivy cleaner you use (or if you use any at all) but that friction is by far the MOST important element to removing the urushiol from your skin. This doctor explains and demonstrates the reasons why very

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Cheesecloth as Bio-Hazard Mask? +10 Alternative Uses

About the only way I’ve used cheesecloth in my life is to strain the pulp from almond milk. Yeah, I’m the adventurous sort. 🙂

To branch out, I thought I would research some ideas on how to use cheesecloth beyond the obvious one of making cheese (and apparently yogurt and tofu) and as a

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