Survival and Self-sufficiency
As wildfires are raging in California it may be useful to keep some survival tips in mind, as fire is a type of emergency that can happen anywhere and anytime.
Natural disasters, the possibility of food shortages and the threat of some type of terrorist attack on American soil have brought the idea of crisis preparation out of the fringe shadows and into the mainstream. And no other topic in this vein is more popular than emergency food storage.
So Peggy Layton’s, Emergency Food Storage and Survival Handbook is a must-have for anyone prepping for an emergency.
As Hurricane Bill continues to barrel up the Atlantic near the East Coast of the U.S., those heading to the beach this weekend may want to keep a few suggestions in mind on how to stay safe.
With a powerful storm churning up the Atlantic Ocean, East Coast residents may use some tips from experts on how to stay safe and protect their families.
As health experts expect the H1N1 flu outbreak to intensify in the fall, Consumer Reports has put together guidelines to help Americans protect themselves from the potentially fatal disease.
The Food and Drug Administration recently revealed that devices that were meant to be safe alternatives to smoking may be harmful to a user’s health.
Harvard professor Henry Gates was allegedly the victim of police harassment as he tried to force his way back into his own home in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
A group of concerned Americans exercised their First Amendment Rights yesterday in Chicago, Illinois to protest an Islamic conference in the Oak Lawn region of the city.
A recent poll conducted via telephone by the Washington Post and ABC news found that fewer Americans are lending their support to President Obama’s healthcare reform plans.
According to a newly published report, with the caloric needs of the global population expected to rise by 50 percent in the next 40 years, better planning and investment in global agriculture are becoming critical.