Throughout my Army career, I had been told to, “embrace the suck,” or “suck it up,” countless times when dealing with frustrating or harsh conditions. For pretty much … Read the rest
If you’re anything like me, you’re always in search of more post-apocalyptic fiction. I’ve recommended quite a few books that I’ve enjoyed. I loved the books by … Read the rest
If you turn to pre-packaged salads for a healthy meal on the go, you may want to find another quick and healthy meal. As well, if you … Read the rest
It seems like phishing emails are doubling up this holiday season, or maybe I’m just getting more than I’m used to. Whatever the case, they’re in … Read the rest
This article was originally published on November 25, 2015.
Scattered around the nation, there are parts of the country in which millions of Americans are living without the basic amenities that most of us take for … Read the rest
Surprise! There is another foodborne illness outbreak making the rounds. Some of the details surrounding this one are particularly disturbing.
This time, the offending pathogen is a … Read the rest
Humans are incredibly resilient, but we are not impervious to total annihilation. In fact, researchers from the University of Oxford recently determined that the probability of our … Read the rest
Antibiotics have saved lives since 1942 when the first person was saved using the first antibiotic, penicillin. However, since then, overuse and permeation of life-saving drugs into … Read the rest
Few can deny the common sense behind preparing for something that is definitely going to happen, yet every year, an impending winter storm sends people rushing out … Read the rest
Editor’s Note: Have you ever wondered how to defend your home and yourself if the SHTF? In this interview, Selco provides us with information from his personal experience … Read the rest
The 2019/2020 flu season has started, as has the push for the flu vaccine in physician’s offices and health departments across the nation, and as the … Read the rest