Understanding Malaria: The Invisible Killer Understanding infectious diseases such as malaria remains crucial to maintaining health across the world. The more we know about these diseases, the better we can protect ourselves and our communities. In this blog post, we
Grow Your Own Food: Battling the Cold Weather Growing your own food is an enriching journey; it’s a green thumb’s ticket into the rewarding world of self-sustainability. Yet, if you’ve lived long enough in this sometimes tempestuous world, you’ll know
Boil Water Advisory – Safety and Water Use Tips Introduction A boil water advisory is a public health recommendation that is issued when there is a risk of bacterial contamination in the water supply. This can happen during natural disasters,
July 4th Fireworks Safety The Fourth of July is coming up, and many proud Americans will be celebrating with fireworks. An unlucky (careless?) few will wind up running afoul of their own pyrotechnics. Just ask my old buddy “Three-Fingered Fred.”
Bugging Out Vs. TEOTWAWKI – Don’t Get Them Confused In the world of prepping and survival, there are two terms that often get thrown around: “bugging out” and “TEOTWAWKI.” While they may seem similar, they have distinct meanings and implications.