Dr. Spencer had been out bowling and using public transit on Wednesday night, only hours before his Thursday morning hospital admission.
A woman in Rochester, New York recently exercised her Constitutional right to be a jerk.
With all of the hullabaloo about Ebola lately, it seems like a good time to remind ourselves of why we prepare. A preparedness lifestyle is a constant affirmation that we will persevere.
Warning: A Massive Government Solicitation Could Cause a Shortage of Protective Clothing, Gloves, Masks
The National Institute of Health has placed a massive order for protective clothing and supplies that could make it impossible for you to procure your own gear.
Some of the key questions facing concerned citizens revolve around the concepts of self quarantine and social distancing. When do you make the call to bug in or bug out? When do you stop going to work out of concern of being exposed to a virulent disease? When should I put my self and family into full pandemic lockdown mode?
Not only were 132 people who flew with Vinson exposed to Ebola. In the time it took the CDC to notify Frontier Airlines of the issue, 5 more flights were made.
If you don’t have a food supply waiting in your pantry, now is the time to focus on creating an emergency stockpile quickly.
Did you ever think about dipping your big toe into the waters of “prepping” but it just all sounded so “out there” that you weren’t quite sure it was something you wanted to be involved in? Then this is the guide for you.
A man in Texas who is thought to be infected with Ebola may be taken into custody against his will. Is this the beginning of medical martial law, or is this a common sense practice to prevent the spread of a deadly disease?
Last week in New Jersey, a little boy died suddenly, with no previous signs of being ill. He just went to bed and never got up. Here’s what you need to know about Enterovirus D-68.
If you are a person who doesn’t want your child brainwashed with the government-sanctioned dogma about things like freedom and morals, why would you want them to learn about a potential pandemic from those sources?
When I first wrote this article, Ebola was a distant threat in a few little countries on the other side of the globe. But, now it’s here, in America.
Take a deep breath, get a pen and paper, and prepare to be methodical about this. While things could get bad, they aren’t bad right now.