Pets

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So my daughter shamed me the other day.  She is 9 years old. We talk about emergency preparedness all the time in our house.  So I was discussing  our family plan and my daughter says,  “What about Paulie?” Paulie is our cockatiel bird and is every bit a member of our household.  So with this… Read more »

Inhalation incident

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So my boy was helping me with refilling and putting additive in my 55 gallon barrels.  After we had added the additive to the water a few time, my boy started to have this cough.  He has asthma that gets worse when he is sick.  Unfortunately in this case, adding the additive which is a… Read more »

Food Storage: Step-by-Step Guide on How to Preserve Rice & Flour

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Rice and flour are essential food items to preserve in your emergency preparedness kit and food storage.  Your family will need pounds and pounds of it as it’s a staple in many families’ diet – not to mention cheap and affordable.  You will need flour to make bread, another essential food item for your family’s… Read more »

Heat Exposure

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So with the high temperatures of this last week, we had a ton of patients come to the emergency room with heat exposure issues. With this in mind, I felt that I should discuss heat exposures. These conditions start with heat cramps, then heat exhaustion and finally heat stroke (medical emergency). Heat cramps are muscle… Read more »

Food Storage: 3 Step by Step Guide on How to Preserve Jalapeño Peppers

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Storing food is very vital in an emergency of any magnitude for disaster preparedness.  Emergency food that you make and preserve yourself can make you more self sufficient in continuing that emergency food supply in the long one if you have available fruits/vegetables growing at your house or nearby.  You can do this for your… Read more »