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  • Disasters can cause an increased risk of suicide
    Disasters can cause an increased risk of suicide
    Research has shown that the overall suicide rate increased by 13.8% during the four years after a severe natural disaster. Preppers, therefore, need to be prepared to help their family members who could become at risk for suicide after a disaster...
  • Oil Slick in the Gulf of Mexico on May 24th view
    Oil threatening America
    It probably comes as no surprise that the U.S. dependence on oil is constantly increasing. An article published by earthlink.net in June 2014 explains that humans have 100 years at most before they run out of oil. The U.S. can last 5 years on its...
  • Preppers can move from the city to the country
    Preppers can move from the city to the country
    Some preppers believe that future disasters will not be limited to short term, regional disasters from which recovery is relatively rapid. They believe that there will be major disasters that will cause an extended time period during which the...
  • Here is how to maintain family morale after a disaster-II
    Here is how to maintain family morale after a disaster-II
    In the first article by the above name, the disaster discussed was that of a power blackout. The means of boosting family morale was through exercise, humor, strength bombardment, family picture albums, card, and board games.This article will use...
  • Dr. Craig Spencer
    Outrageous and out of control: Ebola in America
    Holding back a moment before addressing the politics of this story, just to absorb the immediate shock, an American doctor returned from West Africa. He was in a self-monitoring mode after having treated Ebola patients there. After ten of 21 days...
  • Oso slide devastation picture
    WA State gets more than $600,000 additional funds from National Emergency Grant
    It’s been about seven months since the devastation from the Oso landslide occurred, but people and businesses are still recovering and any bit of help is not only welcome, but still very much needed. Good news comes as the United States...
  • Preppers should be creative problem solvers
    Preppers should be creative problem solvers
    Preppers try to predict problems that will occur during possible future disasters such as storms, floods, blizzards, or hurricanes. They try to predict such problems so that they can prepare solutions to these problems ahead of time. Unfortunately...
  • Ebola infected car in Dallas
    Ebola wrap up: Bag it in Texas
    So in conclusion, Gas Monkey, Richard Rawlings is going to have to be more careful about knowing the history of cars he is picking up in Texas especially if they come in plastic bags?According to a report from CBS News, there will be a post-mortem...
  • Ebola
    Ebola has likely landed in Washington DC
    Halt the inflow of Ebola from Africa.Until a cure is developed and abundantly available, Congress and the President should direct Homeland Security to stop all incoming traffic from African nations that are the sources of Ebola infection. The...
  • Stop Hunger Now -meal packing
    Stop Hunger Now brings relief to millions
    As stated on their website, "Stop Hunger Now" is bringing to our attention the fact that the month of October marks the 4th annual World Hunger Action Month. They report that "Around the world, more than 805 million people lack...
  • Beware of scam artists after a disaster
    Beware of scam artists after a disaster
    After a disaster, the affected people are in shock and usually are not thinking clearly. This is a perfect environment for the scam artist. This article will discuss how to recognize these despicable people and how preppers can keep from being...
  • Beware of identity theft after a disaster
    Beware of identity theft after a disaster
    Preppers know how to “bug out” in order to avoid disasters such as floods, hurricanes, or nuclear fallout from nuclear plant meltdowns. Preppers must make certain, however, that they do not leave behind information in their homes that...
  • 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...
  • Into the Storm Poster
    Movie Review: 'Into the Storm' not entirely a disaster
    Into the Storm, directed by Steven Quale, is a disaster-laden film focused on the town of Silverton. When a series of abrupt and unpredictable tornados touch down on the small town, several of the townsfolk get caught in the middle of the chaos....
  • What supplies do all preppers need for disaster preparation?
    What supplies do all preppers need for disaster preparation?
    Although there is no limit to what supplies would be helpful to preppers and their family members during a disaster, there is an absolute minimum of supplies needed. This is true whether the prepper and his family members live in a city apartment,...