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Preparedness - Everyone's Responsibility

A few years ago we had a strong line of thunderstorms roll trough our region.  There were wide spread

power outages that lasted for days in some areas.   886 more words

Observations

What Local Health Departments Need to Know About Ebola

This post originally ran on NACCHO’s Preparedness Brief blog. For the latest updates on Ebola, visit http://www.nacchopreparedness.org.

Since July 2014, NACCHO has been working to increase preparedness for Ebola in the United States by coordinating between our members at local health departments and federal and public health partners such as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) at the U.S. 846 more words

Preparedness

Looking forward to having some fellowship this weekend!

I can’t tell you how much I missed being with other people.  I had foot surgery a few weeks ago and was home laid up a couple of weeks not able to really do much of anything.  407 more words

Homesteading

How ready is New York City for Ebola?

This post is in partnership with Time. The article below was originally published at Time.com.

By Alexandra Sifferlin, TIME

Doctors Without Borders physician Dr. Craig Spencer tested positive for Ebola on Thursday, Oct. 701 more words

Features

10 Ways To Survive The Zombie Apocalypse

So you’ve looked outside and zombies are everywhere.  Here are ten ways to survive the zombie apocalypse if you ever find yourself in that scenario. 197 more words

Survival

We could've stopped Ebola if we'd listened to the data

The largest-ever outbreak of Ebola began in Guinea in late 2013, hundreds of miles away from rural communities in Central Africa where the virus is usually found. 704 more words

Bugging Out

modernsurvivalblog.com

Its Time To BUG OUT But Where Will You Go?
May 4, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin

Think about this… you live either in the city or in the densely populated metroplex of suburbia immediately surrounding the city. 3,067 more words

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