What is your plan for fevers post-disaster? The scenario: no doctors and no pharmacies are available. You have no ibuprofen and no acetaminophen. Your child is sick, and the thermometer is reading 103°F. What do you do? Continue reading Fevers Post-SHTF→
As the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. In bad times, it would be worth much more than just a pound. It is as if disaster is form of “illness inflation”.
Everyone gets sick once in a while. If you get sick today, what’s the cost? For most people, it’s going to be a co-pay at their doctor’s office, an additional co-pay (or two) at the pharmacy, plus another $20- $50 in things like tissues, cough drops, and mentholated ointments. It may possibly mean a day at home without pay if you have no sick or personal days to cover you. Continue reading Can You Afford To Get sick When SHTF?→
This Monday, on The Preppers Poitin Hour, Chris will sadly delve into the minds of the sick and the twisted. We will talk about the correlation of modern society’s trappings, the younger generations, and the explosive and destructive violence. We will also give a moment’s thoughts to how the cynical and agenda driven will profit from the destruction wrought by such monsters as Lanza, Klebold, Harris, and others. We will not solve the problems of monsters amongst us, but we might come to a better understanding of what makes them. God bless the victims of Newtown, CT.