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Armageddon Medicine

  • What you will find here
    This web site is devoted to empowering you, the reader, to care for your loved ones and yourself when there’s no other choice. Thank you for visiting and may God bless you richly in 2016 and beyond. – Doc Cindy … Continue reading →
    - 22 May 16, 4:01am -
  • Fish Antibiotic Update 2016
    As of 2016 most preppers are well aware of OTC "fish antibiotics" intended for aquarium use. If the concept is new to you, please search this site for earlier articles, including yearly updates.In reviewing several fish antibiotic web sites, I s…
    - 21 May 16, 8:15pm -
  • Antibiotics – 5 Reasons to Avoid Them – Yeast Infection, MRSA, Resistance, Diarrhea, and Allergy
    [Original publication date 2-24-11. Content and links checked and updated 5-21-16.]   Have a cold? Take an antibiotic?   Ear pain? Take an antibiotic.   Acne? Take an antibiotic. That’s what people think anyway. But is this really the best … C…
    - 21 May 16, 2:17pm -
  • Human Nature and Why Socialism (and Socialized Medicine) Won’t Work
    It was 2010 when I wrote the following…that was pre-Obamacare.  Did his plan even have a name back then? The Affordable Care Act. I sometimes forget that’s the actual name.  I’m supposing the doubling of my insurance premiums has made … Con…
    - 25 Feb 16, 2:53pm -
  • Broken Bones, Dementia, and the End of the World – Introduction
    Twice so far I’ve ignored this blog for months on end.  Both times were for serious medical problems. There’s nothing like a crisis to interrupt your disaster planning! The first time, in 2010, my son was severely injured in a motorcycle … Co…
    - 15 Dec 15, 7:57pm -

Doom and Bloom

  • Survival Medicine Hour: Pneumonia, Medic Duties, Virus vs. Bacteria
    Survival Medicine Hour: Pneumonia, Medic Duties, Virus vs. BacteriaToday, we have advanced laboratory studies that allow identification of many pathogens. Despite this, it can be a challenge for healthcare providers to tell a bacterial disease from a…
    - 2 days ago 19 Jan 19, 1:53am -
  • Xofluza: A New Anti-Viral For Influenza
    Xofluza: A New Anti-Viral For InfluenzaXOFLUZA (BALOXAVIR): A NEW ANTI-VIRAL The human body spends a lot of energy fighting for its health (and your life) against different types of diseases. One of the most important battles takes place against the…
    - 5 days ago 15 Jan 19, 6:11pm -
  • Video: Asthma in Survival, part 3: Natural Remedies
    Video: Asthma in Survival, part 3: Natural RemediesASTHMA IN SURVIVAL, PART 3: NATURAL REMEDIES Last video, we talked about asthma, which is a common issue in the Spring but can be a problem, especially indoors, even in winter. It’s important…
    - 7 days ago 13 Jan 19, 4:38pm -
  • Survival Medicine Hour: Hypothermia, Winter Strandings, Avalanches, More
    Survival Medicine Hour: Hypothermia, Winter Strandings, Avalanches, MoreSURVIVAL MEDICINE HOUR PODCAST This week, Winter Storm Gia, they’ve been naming them for a few years now, will spread a swath of snow and ice from parts of the Rockies, Pl…
    - 8 days ago 12 Jan 19, 5:30pm -
  • Deadly Viruses, Part 3: Influenza
    Deadly Viruses, Part 3: InfluenzaDEADLY VIRUSES, PART 3: INFLUENZA Infectious disease is of major concern in good times or bad, and the family medic must be able to identify some of the deadliest. Having just written a book about infectious diseases…
    - 11 days ago 9 Jan 19, 5:55pm -

Web MD

  • 10 Questions for Taye Diggs
    As he looks forward to a new TV series, actor and author Taye Diggs talks about his family, health struggles, aging, and being a dad.
    - 23 days ago 28 Dec 18, 10:11pm -
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda Gets the Job Done
    Like Alexander Hamilton, his famous Broadway theater role, Lin-Manuel Miranda pushes forward with relentless speed and bottomless good cheer, juggling multiple projects and committed outreach to people in need -- but he also finds time to just breath…
    - 23 days ago 28 Dec 18, 9:35pm -
  • Could a Little Drinking Help Those With Heart Failure?
    Heart failure patients who drank in moderation -- a drink a day for women, two for men -- had an average survival that was a year longer than nondrinkers, the researchers found.
    - 23 days ago 28 Dec 18, 6:15pm -
  • FDA Approves New Children’s Vaccine
    The vaccine will be for children 6 weeks to 4 years old. All will require a series of three doses.
    - 23 days ago 28 Dec 18, 5:20pm -
  • Kidney Disease Risk Tied to Sugar-Sweetened Drinks
    The study of more than 3,000 black men and women in Mississippi found that those who consumed the most soda, sweetened fruit drinks and water had a 61 percent increased risk of developing chronic kidney disease.
    - 24 days ago 27 Dec 18, 10:15pm -