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Emergency Preparedness

  1. The Best Survival Kits

    Survival kits have been a hot-button topic for many years now, but interest in them has especially increased during the COVID-19 paramedic. Although the term survival kit is broadly defined, the sale of commercial survival kits is a relatively new concept. A proper survival kit is worthless without crucial items. These essential items differ according to an individual’s needs and...
  2. What to Expect from a Possible Nationwide Lockdown

    What to Expect from a Possible Nationwide Lockdown
    Reported COVID-19 cases in the U.S. are reaching over 150,000 a day in the last part of 2020, according to the CDC. A vaccine has been recently authorized by the FDA, and the first to get inoculated will be frontline medical professionals and seniors in assisted living homes. While the introduction of a vaccine is a bit of much-needed good...
  3. Power Failure Survival Guide: Preparing Yourself to Be Without Electricity

    Power Failure Survival Guide: Preparing Yourself to Be Without Electricity
    When a natural disaster strikes, the worst thing that can happen to your survival is to be without food and water. Perhaps the second worst thing is to be without electricity. Here are a few items to obtain and also what could cause a power outage so you can survive. Items and Tips to Help You Survive a Power Outage...
  4. Community Emergency Survival Guide Part 1: How Local Organizations Can Help Neighbors Prepare for Disasters

    Community Emergency Survival Guide Part 1: How Local Organizations Can Help Neighbors Prepare for Disasters
    Immediately following a natural disaster or other emergencies, it seems like everything comes to a sudden stop. Electricity and the internet could stop working, roadways might be blocked, and it could take days, even weeks, for help to arrive. It can seem like you are all alone. To make matters worse, those of us who stay prepared will feel the...
  5. Emergency Guides 101 - 3 Things You Can Do to Survive the Aftermath

    Emergency Guides 101 - 3 Things You Can Do to Survive the Aftermath
    This is the first installment in our series on everything you need to know to survive a natural disaster or an emergency. Federal organizations like FEMA and the Red Cross recommend that you have a two-week supply of food, water, and other supplies to stay prepared for an emergency scenario. The bare minimum is 3 days, but ensuring that you...

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