Health, First Aid & Survival Medicine

Disclaimer: Nothing in this article constitutes medical advice. It is for information purposes only. It is not meant to diagnose or treat any disease. Never take any medication that was not prescribed specifically for you by your physician. Hopefully, this information can help you be a more informed and involved patient. You are strongly advised not to self-diagnose and treat.

PREPARATION:
NATURAL & CRISIS MEDICINE RESOURCES:
www.doomandbloom.net Joe Alton, M.D., aka Dr. Bones, and Amy Alton, A.R.N.P., aka Nurse Amy, are the two most popular speakers in the country regarding crisis medicine. Their entire focus is preparing the average person to handle medical issues during or after a disaster, either short term or long term.

ANTIBIOTICS:
Having a real close family member or friend in the medical profession (people or animals) may be a good source and keeping left-over prescriptions (even from veterinarians) will help improve reserves while still retaining some of their medicinal properties. While these usually require a prescription for humans, pet stores can carry similar products under a different label and over the counter, for
furry friends and fish. Colloidal Silver and certain herbs and plants can be alternatives when conventional antibiotics are not available. Antibiotics do not work against infections that are caused by viruses - for example, the common cold or flu. But these 5 antibiotics may be the most comprehensive to have on hand for treating infections caused by germs (bacteria and certain parasites):


ACHES & PAINS:
    Natural Remedies for Joint Pain and Stiffness: Millions of Americans, with joint pain and stiffness, most likely rely on some type of painkiller, whether prescription or over-the-counter, just to get through the day. Unfortunately, some drugs come with very nasty side effects.

DIET:
    Good health, weight control, and preventing or reversing some illnesses, starts with Proper Diet and Nutrition.

DRUGS & ALCOHOL:
EXERCISE:
SLEEP:
SMOKING:
VISION CARE:

WEATHER RELATED ILLNESS:
Rare Disease Day takes place on the last day of February each year. Its main objective is to raise awareness about rare diseases and their impact on patients' lives.

SEE ALSO:
Over-the-Counter Meds to Stockpile
Storing Medications
Natural Remedies for Everyday Life
Medical plants that will substitute drugs when there won't be any
First-Aid Kit Checklist
Flu Season Preparation
Pandemic Preparation
Insect / Pest Repellents
Potassium Permanganate: Antiseptic, Water Purifier, Fire Starter and more . . .
Tincture of iodine in Emergency and Survival Planning
Must-Know Rules for Picking Edible & Medicinal Plants
Powerful Medicinal Plants From Around the World
Ultimate Deadly Snake Guide
Bubble Wrap Uses
Treatments for Radiation Exposure