As we go into the homestretch of the stockpile challenge, we're learning a lot from each other. Here's this week's check-in.
Experts delved into what the damage would have really looked like if a missile struck Honolulu, the most likely target in Hawaii. And the death toll was massive.
President Maduro wanted Oscar Perez, rebel cop of Venezuela, dead. Last week he, his team, a pregnant woman, and a child were executed during a raid, even though they had surrendered.
Reducing your risk of catching the flu has everything to do with personal hygiene, leading a healthy lifestyle, and boosting your body's immune system. Here are 30 habits to help keep you healthy.
How did the slow-motion collapse of Venezuela really happen? Part 2 of this cautionary first-person account provides the real story.
Got the flu? Fire cider is loaded with anti-inflammatory, immune-supporting, and decongestant herbs. It's super simple to make and the ingredients are easy to find.
Did you ever wonder why some people survive and some people die in an SHTF crisis? Selco's back with personal stories and tips to help you strengthen yourself for hard times.
Winter brings its own special set of common injuries. Here is what you need to know to recognize, prevent, and care for a serious, cold weather injury.
As we finish the second week of the stockpile challenge, more folks are seeing the gaps in their preparedness efforts. But the solutions are VERY creative!
The false alarm in Hawaii yesterday should be an enormous wake-up call. It should inspire everyone, everywhere to make a survival shelter plan. Here's how.
Residents of Hawaii Seek Shelter But Missile Warning Was a "Mistake" - repeat THERE IS NO MISSILE THREAT
Citing a strain on "overwhelmed" health resources, an official State of Emergency has been declared in Alabama due to the rapidly spreading flu epidemic. And the death toll across America continues to rise.
Our kind of reality TV is a bit different. Forget the shows designed to make us look like fruitcakes. Check out some programs that showcase real survival skills
Cold or flu? Here's how to tell whether it's just a cold or something more serious, like influenza - and why you need to know.
How did the slow-motion collapse of Venezuela really happen? Learn the details in part one of this cautionary first-person account.
It has been 100 years since the Spanish flu infected 500 million people around the globe and wiped out an estimated 20-50 million of them. Here's what we can learn.
The Swedish government is warning its citizens to be prepared to survive on their own for at least a week, which is unusual advice for Sweden to dispense. Is trouble on the horizon?
It can be a major challenge when living from your stockpiled foods to get enough fruits and vegetables. These tips can help you, even if you're on a budget.