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  • Santorini Animal Welfare Associatin
    Santorini Animal Welfare Association shelter needs immediate help
    The Santorini Animal Welfare Association (SAWA) is facing a difficult situation because the President (Mayor) of the village of Karterados, the municipality near where the shelter is located, has been locked in a battle with the shelter for over a...
  • Ebola public information
    Listen to the nurses about Ebola
    Nurses and other healthcare staff have legitimate reasons to be fearful about treating patients with Ebola and about working in an Ebola contaminated environment. While there are protocols, procedures, and technologies to keep the disease...
  • Top 10 Horrible Accidents to Avoid
    Top 10 Horrible Accidents to Avoid
    “When it’s your time, it’s your time.” NOT. Most accidents, including freak, are avoidable. Here’s a compilation from popularmechanics.com.Mauled by a mower. Every year in the U.S., about 95 people die by mower when...
  • Preppers must not overlook even minor preparations
    Preppers must not overlook even minor preparations
    The ancient proverb,” For Want of a Nail, “reads:For want of a nail the shoe was lost.For want of a shoe the horse was lost.For want of a horse the rider was lost.For want of a rider the message was lost.For want of a message the...
  • Travel ban needed
    Ebola: Will common sense ever catch up with Obama?
    No, it won’t. What you see is what you get.Behind every Obama decision is politics. The first question to come into the White House mindset is “Will we offend our base or will we offend a subset of it?”That is the wrong...
  • Ebola in West Africa
    Stop importing Ebola
    There is actually a debate going on between the media, citizens and the administration about the merit of imposing a travel ban on persons coming from West Africa where the Ebola outbreak is out of control. First, Gregg Jarrett (an attorney) from...
  • September marks National Emergency Preparedness Month-II
    September marks National Emergency Preparedness Month-II
    National Emergency Preparedness Month is a good time for preppers to imagine what they would do to survive the most likely disasters that they might someday encounter where they live. For the purposes of this article, imagine that a prepper family...
  • How can you help if you have no first aid skills?
    How can you help if you have no first aid skills?
    Although having first aid skills is preferable, there are ways for bystanders to help those who give first aid during an emergency, even if these bystanders have no first aid skills. Examples of such help might include:Calling 911 for an ambulance...
  • Gov. Jay Nixon
    Gov. Nixon declares state of emergency, midnight curfew in Ferguson
    On Saturday, Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency in Ferguson, Missouri, that includes a midnight curfew. The action was announced in a raucous public meeting that included Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ronald S. Johnson and...
  • Hurricane season
    Hawaii: It's time to be prepared for hurricane season again!
    Aloha all you environmental readers!Did you know that once again it is hurricane season!Do you think you're ready for a hurricane in caseit does hit the islands?What is a hurricane?Hurricane came from a Spanish word called "huracan"...
  • Preppers should not overlook preventative maintenance for their bodies
    Preppers should not overlook preventative maintenance for their bodies
    Just as preventative maintenance is important for preppers’ cars and houses, preventative maintenance also is important for preppers’ bodies. This article will give examples to emphasize the importance of this preventative maintenance...
  • Water warning
    Disaster: Water is off in Toledo
    Here is a live prepper emergency. The water has been turned off in your community because it is contaminated with microcystin. Bacteria is in the water in Toledo, Ohio at levels threatening to all living things. It damages the liver of humans and...
  • Clear communications are important during an emergency
    Clear communications are important during emergencies
    This article will use the example of a specific emergency to show why preppers need clear communications during emergencies. The example of an emergency in this article is of a wife and her 5 year old son who are stranded in their car, with...
  • Be prepared
    Guide to safe summer swimming with your dog: Be prepared
    Positive reinforcement can go a long way when teaching your dog to swim. Make sure you observe your dog closely at the water’s edge. Some dogs are thrown off by waves and it can take some getting used to. Be aware of any rip currents in the...
  • Woman Calls Police Over Ice Cream
    Woman calls police over ice cream: UK woman calls bobbies over lack of sprinkles
    A UK woman phoned up the police to report a crime – a lack of an acceptable amount of sprinkles on her ice cream sundae. Evidently, the customer was arguing with the owner of the shop because her sprinkles were only on one side of her ice...