Where Will You Go When North Korean Agents Release Biological Weapons In Major U.S. Cities?

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Most Americans have no idea that biological weapons could potentially bring our nation to a complete and utter standstill within a matter of days.  In recent articles I have been trying to get people to understand why it would be so exceedingly dangerous for the United States to attack North Korea.  If the North Koreans used weapons of mass destruction, we could easily be facing a situation in which millions of North Korean and Japanese citizens end up dead.  But since it would happen on the other side of the planet, such a scenario doesn’t seem to emotionally move a lot of people.  So today, I want to try to get people to understand the immense devastation that just a handful of North Korean agents could cause inside our own country. [Read more…]

ROCKEFELLER Foundation Document Predicted a Global Pandemic

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ROCKEFELLER Foundation Document Predicted a Global Pandemic

A Rockefeller Foundation white paper published in May of 2010 titled Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development takes a look at hypothetical future scenarios which may be used to benefit privy globalist corporations, businessmen and organizations at a later time.

Shockingly published in the Scenario Narratives section on page 18, titled Lock Step, the Rockefeller Foundation nearly hit the nail on the head with their futuristic and fictitious scenario. I mean what are the chances? Come on. It literally follows lockstep.

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Diseases to Fear in the Aftermath of Disaster

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Diseases to Fear in the Aftermath of Disaster

Many people believe that the biggest fear in a post SHTF situation is going to be starvation or attack from our fellow human beings, but the likelihood of mass death by disease in the aftermath of disaster is a much more terrifying probability.

Think about it for a minute: if you’ve prepared for long-term survival either independently or with a group, you’ve likely got a defense plan in place, too. This includes invasion from desperate people who didn’t prepare, or from other enemy forces. These desperate people are going to starve off or kill each other off quickly if they don’t ingratiate themselves to a sympathetic group post-haste.

Either way, that threat will be neutralized in a few months or less. Starvation won’t be an issue for you as long as you manage to defend your stockpile.

So what, then, is going to be the next biggest threat? Disease, according to those who’ve thought about it.

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Illness is easily spread just by drinking contaminated water. Poor water sanitation is going to be the source of many diseases to fear in the aftermath of disaster.

In a SHTF situation, sewers are going to contaminate water supplies. Just one person improperly disposing of waste can contaminate the water within up to a 50-mile radius.

This will cause outbreaks of cholera, diphtheria, viral gastroenteritis, hepatitis A, typhoid, diarrheal diseases and intestinal parasites.

Unfortunately, most people won’t know how to properly sanitize water prior to drinking it and will most likely not know that these diseases can be contracted by bathing in contaminated water, as well. Don’t skip this step in your disaster preparedness.

Know how to purify water and have the equipment to do so.

Diseases and Infections of the Respiratory System

Illnesses and diseases such as the tuberculosis, whooping cough, flu, colds, bronchitis and pneumonia will kill millions and spread like wildfire.

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They’re air-born and easily spread through even minimal physical contact. One person coughs into his hand, then shakes hands with somebody and BAM – he’s just spread his disease.

Many of these illnesses aren’t necessarily lethal to healthy adults but they can easily kill kids and the elderly. It will be imperative that you monitor all of your people closely and sequester them if symptoms appear.

Also, we would recommend quarantining any new people that you allow into your group for at least a week. This isn’t a time to be nice – it’s a time to survive.

Diseases Carried by Insects

Malaria, West Nile Virus, Lyme’s disease, Murine typhus and even the plague are spread via insects and vermin such as mosquitos, fleas, ticks, and rats.

Though these are lethal, the good thing is that most of them are fairly easy to avoid with good sanitation practices. Don’t let water stand so that it can attract mosquitos, keep your living area clean so that it doesn’t attract rats, and do what you can to prevent fleas and ticks.20893101_s

Infections

What do you do if you cut your foot on a rusty nail? You think back to when you had your last tetanus shot, of course! If you’ve had one in the last 10 years, you monitor the wound for infection and keep it clean.

If it gets infected, you take antibiotics. Uh-oh. Tetanus shots and antibiotics most likely aren’t going to be available in a post-SHTF scenario and you should assume that strange water sources are contaminated, so now what?300x100_smd_02

Infections lead to such conditions as gangrene and sepsis and can be fatal. It’s going to be crucial in a SHTF scenario that you take extreme care of any type of wound in order to avoid infection. In this case, an ounce of prevention will be worth a pound of cure!

There are also some conditions related to malnutrition such as rickets and diarrhea that will be of concern, but these are the major ones that are the most likely to get you.

Not to be an alarmist, but we know for certain that our government keeps viruses for warfare and pharmaceutical companies have bugs quarantined in the interest of research. What happens to these bugs if some unsuspecting soul opens those coolers looking for food or supplies? That’s another scare altogether, but it’s one that is within the realm of possibility.

The best way to avoid any of these conditions is proper sanitation and segregation of the sick. Be careful when speaking to strangers, don’t share drinking or eating vessels or utensils, don’t drink from or bathe in questionable water sources, and wash your hands frequently.

Rest assured, these are just some of the diseases to fear in the aftermath of disaster. Just as with everything else, though, all we can do is our best. Knowledge is power, and we hope we’ve helped with that!

 

Other useful resources:33

Survival MD (Best Post Collapse First Aid Survival Guide Ever)

Backyard Innovator (A Self Sustaining Source Of Fresh Meat,Vegetables And Clean Drinking Water)

Blackout USA (EMP survival and preparedness)

Conquering the coming collapse (Financial advice and preparedness )

Liberty Generator (Build and make your own energy source)

Backyard Liberty (Easy and cheap DIY Aquaponic system to grow your organic and living food bank)

Bullet Proof Home (A Prepper’s Guide in Safeguarding a Home )

Family Self Defense (Best Self Defense Strategies For You And Your Family)

Sold Out After Crisis (Best 37 Items To Hoard For A Long Term Crisis)

Survive The End Days (Biggest Cover Up Of Our President)

Drought USA(Discover The Amazing Device That Turns Air Into Water)

 

SOURCE : survivopedia.com

Attention Preppers: Here is the One Prepper Asset That Trumps All Others

Attention Preppers

by Chris Campbell.

Attention Preppers

It might sound paranoid to some, but I’m counting on being directly affected by at least one major crisis in the next decade.

Whether it be some kind of pandemic… a collapse of the grid… a terrorist attack… economic collapse… a natural disaster… an uprising… the consequent martial law from said uprising… or [enter in any crisis with equally disastrous consequences here].

And because of paranoid people like me, the “prepper” industry is huge…

For both reasons, it’s also full of wild speculations on what would happen in the event of a disaster that halts our normal way of life (with, of course, a link to the “hot item” all smart preppers must have).
Problem is, it’s all just that: speculation.
Ninety-nine percent of the “preppers” who write about what would happen “in the event of a disaster” have never been in one.

In fact, only one prepper article I’ve read online comes from real-life experience.

In today’s Tip of the Day, I’ll break down that article for you.

Luck can help in any situation. But you won’t get by on it alone. And you shouldn’t count on it.

Preparation is key.

The article you’re about to see, if you’re currently doing any prepper research, is the definitive article on the subject.

And here’s the thing…

If you forget about everything you read today, and take just one action I’ll tell you about at the end of today’s tip, I guarantee you’ll be more prepared than anyone in your neighborhood… your county… and maybe even your city.

Just one.

More on that in a moment.

First, here’s his story…

“To imagine the situation a little better,” the author of the article, known only as Selco, wrote, “you should know it was practically a return to the Stone Age.
“I am from Bosnia,” Selco explained.

“You know, between 1992-95, it was hell.”

The Bosnian War raged on from April 6, 1992 to Dec. 14, 1995. It was one of the most destructive wars at the end of the 20th century. Of 4 million, 2 million were made refugees. More than 100,000 were killed. The Bosnian War is best known for the unspeakable acts of despicable behavior from all sides.

Meanwhile, the civilians who didn’t make it out of Bosnia were left to fend for themselves.

“For one year, I lived and survived in a city with 6,000 people without water, electricity, gasoline, medical help civil defense, distribution service, or any kind of traditional service or centralized rule.

“Our city was blockaded by the army, and for one year, life in the city turned into total crap. We had no army and no police.

“After a month or two, gangs started operating, destroying everything. Hospitals, for example, turned into slaughterhouses.

“About 80% of the hospital staff were gone. I got lucky. My family at the time was fairly large (15 people in a large house, six pistols, three AKs), and we survived (most of us, at least).”

A few key points that stick out from this article…

It didn’t take long for money to become worthless. An exchange system naturally rose out of the ashes (but it wasn’t pretty…)
“Arms, ammunition, candles, lighters, antibiotics, gasoline, batteries and food. We fought for these things like animals…”
Items and supplies are great… but they eventually run out. Skills will keep you fed. He wrote: “I wish to say this: Learn to fix things, shoes, or people.”
Gold and silver are useful: “I personally traded all the gold in the house for ammunition.”
Strength in numbers is real: “A man living alone getting killed and robbed would be just a matter of time, even if he was armed.”
“Today, I know everything can collapse really fast. I have a stockpile of food, hygiene items, and batteries — enough to last me for six months.

“I live in a very secure flat and own a home with a shelter in a village 5 kilometers away. Another six-month supply there, too.
“I have four weapons and 2,000 rounds for each.”

On top of everything, though, one asset trumps all of them… electricity.

Why electricity, you ask?

With it, you have the trifecta: heat, light, and, most importantly, communication with people outside your vicinity.

In all truth, if you can find a way out of the situation, you’re not going to want to stick around for a year. No matter how big your stockpile is.

And having an electric source — one that works no matter what’s going on — is crucial.

 

Other useful resources:libertygen33

Backyard Innovator (A Self Sustaining Source Of Fresh Meat,Vegetables And Clean Drinking Water)

Blackout USA (EMP survival and preparedness)

Conquering the coming collapse (Financial advice and preparedness )

Liberty Generator (Build and make your own energy source)

Backyard Liberty (Easy and cheap DIY Aquaponic system to grow your organic and living food bank)

Bullet Proof Home (A Prepper’s Guide in Safeguarding a Home )

Family Self Defense (Best Self Defense Strategies For You And Your Family)

Sold Out After Crisis (Best 37 Items To Hoard For A Long Term Crisis)

 

 

Chris CampbellChris Campbell is the Managing editor of Laissez Faire Today. Before joining Agora Financial, he was a researcher and contributor to SilverDoctors.com.

 

SOURCE : dailyreckoning.com

Why there will be WAY more zombies than you anticipated

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Electricity hasn’t been around all that long. For most of our history mankind has managed very well without it. Large numbers of people around the world still live without an electricity supply. If the grid goes down does it really mean the end of the human race?

A while back I did a post about pandemics. I said in the introduction, that in my opinion only two things could be serious enough to put an end to humans. Pandemic and grid failure. Looking at the figures for the 1918-1920 pandemic, and using those percentages with the current population, it seems I may have been wrong in my assumptions about pandemics.

So, onto grid failure, which to cover all the things that would be affected, and the speed at which they would be affected would need a large book, it is way too big a subject for an article. This article is based the things we have all heard, that 99% of the population of the United States would be dead within a year and that the world population will plummet. Let’s see.liberty

I have chosen 2010 as the year all of the figures relate to, as that is the closest year that has a full set of statistics available. Figures are taken from World Health Organisation records, love them or hate them they are very good pen pushers and compile statistics about anything and everything.

Okay, we all know that if the grid goes down, so does everything else in short order. Food supply chain, large-scale agriculture,hospitals, traffic lights, everything that we regard as part of the very fabric of our lives. We have come to rely on electricity to such an extent that should it vanish from our lives it really would mean the end of the world as we know it. The question is though, would it be an extinction level event?

In 2010 there were 133,000,000 million births and 57,000,000 deaths from all causes. The WHO records the following for 2010:

34,000,000 known type 1 diabetics worldwide.
64,234,000 known COPD (chronic obstructive airways disease sufferers)worldwide.
22,800,000 known cancer sufferers worldwide.

These conditions are considered to be those that contribute most to the mean global death rates. Now I am not a statistician, and it is impossible to know the life expectancy of the people suffering from these conditions, so, for the purposes of the exercise I am going to assume they all die in the first year.

This would add 120,000,000 deaths to the 57,000,0000 ‘usual’ deaths giving us 177,000,000 deaths for the first year. On top of this there would be a rise in the murder rate, the death rate from heart attacks would soar, mainly due to unfit people having to engage in hard physical labour, and deaths from lack of medication and medical intervention would skyrocket, as would deaths from malnutrition and disease.

This is where things get difficult, There are no statistics regarding lives saved each year by medical intervention, with no intervention, how many more deaths would this amount to? 10% more? 20%, 50%? Let’s say the global death rate doubles to account for this, and the rise in murders, malnutrition and disease, a 100% increase, this is distinctly possible when you consider the circumstances. So the first year the death rate is 177,000,000 plus another 57,000,000 from doubling the base rate in the first year, giving us an estimated death rate in the first year of 234,000,000 people. If all of those deaths occurred in the United States and nowhere else, there would still be 102,000,000 Americans left. Whilst absolutely disastrous this is nowhere near an extinction level event.

The mean annual death rate would have to rise 12,650% in the first year to take us even into the realm of possibility of an extinction level event. Even with that incredible rise there would still be 2,250,000 people left on the planet. Providing one or more groups of 5000 existed there is every likelihood that the planet would become re-populated over time. Groups of 5000 are considered by anthropologists to have enough of a genetic mix to grow at a healthy rate.
Obviously birth rates need to be considered. This was left at 133,000,000 for the first year. Most births take place in the developing world, the highest rates of all being found in regions that currently do not have a grid supplied electricity system. The first year would see a reduction in terminations of pregnancy of some 42,000,000 (the Foundation for Bio-ethical reform) which would increase the birth rate, but deaths of newborns would increase dramatically so the WHO figure was used. All of this boils down to the following:

A 12650% rise in the global yearly death rate would still leave a population of some 2,250,000 people populating the planet. Not all of these people are going to be in areas where disease and starvation will wipe them out. Many people in remote areas will be untouched by a total grid down event, it is feasible that some tribal people may not even know what has happened in the first world.

A total grid down event is highly unlikely to put an end to the human race, even though it will most definitely be for us in the first world, the end of the world as we know it. I am surprised by these findings but it shows very clearly, that to live through an event like this, as opposed to just existing after an event like this, we need to look towards simplifying our lives. We need to wean ourselves off of the electricity that we depend on. We need to have the skills that our grandparents and their grandparents had.

Life without electricity will be different, very, very different, but it will not be the lack of electricity that will make life hellish. We know from our forefathers that although more manually taxing and far less convenient that we can survive and we can do it well. What will make life hellish when the grid fails is those who have no clue how to cope, those who will refuse to work at growing vegetables, those who will see their future in terms of what they can steal from those who have had the foresight to prepare.

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Unless we can find a way of getting preparedness accepted by the masses, unless we can make them see that being prepared for such an event is the wise thing to do we will be living with far more zombies than we anticipated.

It goes without saying that this is not good news, drastic as it sounds, those of us who are awake, particularly those living in cities, would do far better with less people around. Resources would be more readily available, land for food growing would be more readily available, as would non-perishable goods, from blankets to pots and pans, that could be scavenged from homes that no longer had inhabitants that needed them.

In my opinion a total grid down event is not the end of everything, but it may well be the tipping point that sets off a hell on earth scenario that lasts for decades.

Other useful resources:

Blackout USA (EMP survival and preparedness)

Conquering the coming collapse (Financial advice and preparedness )

Liberty Generator (Build and make your own energy source)

Backyard Liberty (Easy and cheap DIY Aquaponic system to grow your organic and living food bank)

Bullet Proof Home (A Prepper’s Guide in Safeguarding a Home )

SOURCE : undergroundmedic.com

Prepper Alert: What is CRE? – And Why You Should Care

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movies where a ‘super-bug’ is born, killing millions and wrecking havoc on the civilized world.  Well, there is a ‘super-bug’ in the U.S. right now that seemingly has the potential to do just that.

The ‘bug’ is known as Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae, or CRE for short.  CRE was named for its ability to fight off carbapenem antibiotics — the last line of defense in the medical toolbox.

I recently ran across a USA Today article, written by Peter Eisler, about CRE that, quite honestly, scared the crap out of me – because it is based on documented facts.

The article describes CRE bacteria lurking in patients and healthcare facilities that cannot be killed.  Instead of killing it, it is killing patients and spreading, and the medical community has no solution – and there are no drugs in development today that are expected to kill it.

According to the USA Today article, the first documented case of a CRE was at a North Carolina hospital in 2001.  Since then, according to the Center for Disease Control, CREs have spread to at least forty-one other states.

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Here are some other excerpts from the USA Today article that were particularly interesting (and scary) to me, and I wanted to share so you can be aware too:

“CRE infections already are endemic in several major U.S. population centers, including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, which account for hundreds of confirmed cases. Smaller pockets of cases have been reported across much of the country, including Oregon, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and South Carolina.”

“In Los Angeles County alone, a year of surveillance through mid-2011 turned up 675 cases at hospitals, nursing homes and clinics. In Maryland, a 2011 survey by the state health department identified 269 patients carrying CRE and estimated that up to 80% of the state’s hospitals had seen at least one case during the year.”

“In the Chicago area, where scores of CRE infections have been found since 2008, studies show that about 3% of hospital patients in intensive care carry the bacteria, says Mary Hayden, director of clinical microbiology and an infectious-disease doctor at Rush University Medical Center. Those same studies have found CREs being carried by about 30% of patients in long-term care facilities.”

 “There have been thousands of CRE cases throughout the country in recent years — they show up as everything from pneumonia to intestinal and urinary tract infections. Yet even larger outbreaks like the [University of Virginia Medical Center] episode, in which seven patients also died, have received little or no national attention until now.”

“The bacteria’s ability to defeat even the most potent antibiotics has conjured fears of illnesses that can’t be stopped. Death rates among patients with CRE infections can be about 40%, far worse than other, better-known health care infections such as MRSA or C-Diff, which have plagued hospitals and nursing homes for decades. And there are growing concerns that CRE could make its way beyond health facilities and into the general community.”

“There is little chance that an effective drug to kill CRE bacteria will be produced in the coming years. Manufacturers have no new antibiotics in development that show promise, according to federal officials and industry experts, and there’s little financial incentive because the bacteria adapt quickly to resist new drugs.”

“The big fear is that the genes may start to convey resistance to more common strains of the bacteria, turning routine illnesses, such as urinary tract infections, into untreatable nightmares. Worst-case scenario: Resistance could move to bacteria outside of health care, so people could pick it up in the community through something as simple as a handshake.”

“If you look at the current pipeline of antibiotics (in development) … none of them really is going to be active against these bacteria,” says Gary Roselle, director of the Infectious Diseases Service for the Department of Veterans Affairs health care system.”

“The reality is, (CRE infections) are remarkably difficult to treat, they often have bad outcomes … and they’re increasing nationally,” adds Roselle, a doctor who oversees infection control for the VA’s hundreds of hospitals, clinics and nursing homes. “I’m assuming this is going to get worse, and there likely won’t be new antibiotics to treat it in the near future, so the focus has to be on prevention.”

We should all hope and pray that the fears in this article do not come true, but if they did, it would not be the first time in the history of the world that something like this happened.  One example is the Black Plague, in the mid-1300s, which killed about one out of every five people in the entire world during a five year period.  100 million people died!

If CRE becomes a major public-health issue, would you and your family be ready?  Could you quarantine your family in your home until the bacteria is killed or eradicated?  Would you have enough to eat? What would you drink?  Could you afford to not go to work for several weeks or months?

If you are not yet prepared but want to be, click here for information on how to get your family ready for CRE or other natural and man-made disasters.

If you are interested in reading the entire USA Today article, here is the link.

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SOURCE : www.bestprepperproducts.com

 

Are You Prepared for the 2014 Pandemic?

BIG-pandemic1If you think that a pandemic would not be possible in 2014, in modern society, think again. In fact, the last pandemic happened just a few years ago, in 2009. It was the swine flu pandemic which mostly affected areas of Africa and Southeast Asia. However, it managed to kill around 280,000 people.

The danger is still very real. New influenza viruses keep appearing, while Ebola virus, the Rift Valley fever and the Lassa fever virus are still dangerous.

Where the Danger Comes From

pandemic2A pandemic is a widespread outbreak of a particular contagious disease, affecting people over a large region, even several continents.

There have been a number of pandemics throughout history: cholera, smallpox and tuberculosis. Flu pandemics have also been common as there are many different strains of influenza viruses.

A flu pandemic happening today is possible because new strains of the influenza virus keep appearing. These pandemics differ from regular seasonal outbreaks of the flu because we do not have immunity or a vaccine to treat them. Modern medicine doesn’t have all it needs to prevent a bursting pandemic, and a new virus can infect thousands of people and do a lot of damage before a flu shot is developed.

This is getting worse. In the past, people used to stay put in a general geographical area which would have restricted the spread of the virus. Now it is easy for anyone to travel round the world. So an infected person could unwillingly spread the virus to other continents, causing an all-out outbreak which only becomes harder and harder to contain with time.

That’s why we need to prepare for a new pandemic, and it will most likely be a flu pandemic. After 2009, there was another close call with bird flu which, despite spreading and causing casualties, it was never actually labeled as a pandemic.

The biggest problem with flu is that it can spread from species to species. A range of different influenza viruses are present in wild aquatic birds and they can travel the entire globe, spreading their disease to humans.

Other viruses which are highly contagious also have the potential to cause a pandemic. They include the Ebola virus, the Rift Valley fever and the Lassa fever virus, among others.

When Medicine Do Not Work Anymore

Lastly, there is also growing concern regarding bacteria which keeps building up a resistance to our antibiotics, leading to the potential for re-emergence of deadly diseases which we used to have under control.

Depending on your location and the extent of the outbreak, help might be scarce and delayed. Medical assistance usually goes to the most affected locations first. This is an attempt to contain the pandemic as much as possible, but also leaves other areas vulnerable.

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If the pandemic bursts in your area, you need to be prepared to go on living isolated from the rest of the population. This is the best way to ensure that you do not get infected. It also means cutting yourself off from services such as schools, hospitals, transportation and is something that you definitely need to prepare for in advance.

Getting Ready for a Pandemic

Obviously, in order to remain isolated you will need supplies.

Food is your main concern. Concentrate on food which will last for a long time. Meat, fruits and vegetables can be found in ready-to-eat cans which prolong their lifespan significantly. Even so, they will eventually go bad so never eat something that has passed its expiration date. The last thing you want during a pandemic is getting sick because eating spoiled food.

Besides canned food, you can also stockpile protein bars, dried fruit, dry cereal, jarred food, peanut butter and crackers. Do not forget to also have pet food on hand if you keep animals. Besides food, you will obviously also need plenty of drinkable water. You also want to make sure that you store your supplies in a proper environment – somewhere cold and dry in order to preserve the food better.

Medical supplies are also very important in case you or someone in your family becomes ill. Remember that just because there is a pandemic does not mean that you cannot get sick from other diseases. Stash away all the medication you can which is used to treat common symptoms of illnesses such as fever, diarrhea, constipation, headaches, nausea etc.

Keep several first aid kits on hand in case someone gets injured since going to the hospital would not be a good idea. Lastly, you need plenty of disinfectant on hand. Soap works; hand wash works as long as it is alcohol-based; you can even learn to make your own disinfectant. Keeping your hands clean at all times is one of the best ways to ensure that you do not get infected.

How to Stay Healthy

pandemic3A virus will target everyone indiscriminately, but some people make better targets than others. This is simply because certain people are healthier, they have a stronger immune system so it is less likelier for them to get infected.

If you want to decrease the chances of getting infected with a virus, make several lifestyle changes that will improve your overall level of health. These are not quick fix solutions, most of them will not produce noticeable results until they have been used for a long period of time.

The first tip is getting seasonal flu shots when necessary. These vaccines would not work against a new strain which causes a pandemic, but they are supposed to provide you with a good healthy baseline. They will make sure that you do not also get infected with the seasonal flu which would lower the strength of your immune system.

Following a healthy lifestyle will ensure that your body is strong and ready to take on the virus: eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly and getting plenty of sleep at night.

If an outbreak happens and SHTF, it is good to think like a germophobe. Always wash your hands thoroughly, regularly clean the surfaces that you get into contact with frequently, cover your mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing, wear a mask in public etc.

Furthermore, in the event of an outbreak, you need to practice something called “social distancing”. Stay away from other people as much as possible. If you have to meet somebody, keep a safe distance just in case. Avoid crowded places such as hospitals, restaurants, stadiums and definitely avoid public transportation.

If you follow these tips, you stand a good chance of making it through the next pandemic by avoiding getting infected altogether.

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SOURCE : www.survivopedia.com

Photo sources: 123RF.com

Top 3 Reasons You Should Prepare for Nuclear War

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Top 3 Reasons You Should Prepare for Nuclear War

These are frightening times. Of course, every prepper knows this – which is precisely why the individual in question is a prepper in the first place. However, one of the biggest reasons for the fear is the fact that the world is a place full of uncertainty.

This is a big problem for preppers. Why? Well, what are we going to prepare for? If I’ve prepared for an EMP or solar flare, and we ended up suffering a pandemic, then what good are my preps? Preparing for a bio attack and a chemical attack are two very different procedures. Indeed, preparedness knowledge and supplies will overlap from crisis to crisis. However, where it often matters most, some disasters are unique in the ways to prepare for them. [Read more…]