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16 Dec 2016

Corpus Christi, Texas Residents warned not to use Water after Back-flow Incident Contaminates City Water

Over 320,000 residents in the city of Corpus Christi, Texas have been told not to use their tap water after two “unknown chemicals” made their way into the city’s water systems.

15 Nov 2016

10 Diseases That Will Become Far More Common After The Collapse

Diseases come and diseases go…rather like fashions, but with diseases it’s the general conditions prevailing at the time that denotes what gets a foothold and what doesn’t.

13 Nov 2016

Survival Pharmacy: 9 Uses of Ginger For Your Health

Ginger has been used for centuries for medicinal and culinary purposes. Though we don’t use it commonly in much American cooking, you’re likely familiar with pickled ginger when you eat sushi and it’s also becoming a popular dried and candied product.

12 Nov 2016

Self Reliant Living #022 – Interview With Greg Peterson

Greg Peterson is the founder of the Urban Farm and Urban Farm U and is a green living and sustainability innovator, who is well known regionally as a resident of Phoenix for the last 48 years. Greg is well versed in urban sustainability and food production in dry lands.

04 Nov 2016

Build a Medical Emergency Kit on a Budget

When disaster strikes, you want to know that you have done what you can to prepare for the worst. If an event such as a hurricane or nuclear disaster forces you and your family to leave your home without warning, you could easily find yourself in a serious situation where you will need first-aid medical attention.

20 Oct 2016

VIDEO: Camera cuts away as Hillary starts to descend stairs without railing

It was that first step gingerly taken that could have been too much for one executive producer. As the final presidential debate concluded, Hillary Clinton shook moderator Chris Wallace’s hand and made her way from the stage to the auditorium floor in Las Vegas. Just as she began to descend

18 Oct 2016

A stressful job could actually be good for your health, experts say

A stressful job could actually be good for your health, a new study has found. Experts say workers in stressful jobs are a third less likely to die than those with easier roles – but only if the worker is in control of their own workflow. Researchers tracked thousands of workers

23 Sep 2016

Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea Strain In Hawaii A First For U.S.

A drug-resistant cluster of gonorrhea infections in Hawaii have health officials worried that the sexually transmitted disease could soon prove untreatable. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced this week that anantibiotic-resistant strain was discovered earlier this year in seven patients in Honolulu. All the individuals ― six men

14 Sep 2016

Clinton Hid Past Health Problems From Public, Former White House Doctor Says

Secrecy is not a stranger when it comes to Hillary Clinton’s health issues, the Democratic presidential candidate’s former doctor maintains. Dr. Connie Mariano, who as a Navy captain was the White House physician in the administration of former President Bill Clinton and later retired from the service as a rear admiral,

12 Sep 2016

The U.S. military has a huge problem with obesity and it’s only getting worse

It’s not exactly clear why America’s military personnel are getting fatter. Could be that 15 years of war have weakened the focus on fitness. Could be that millennials, with their penchant for sedentary activities like playing video games and killing time on social media, aren’t always up to the rigors