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  1. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    This is what it takes to be cured of ebola according to 12 board-certified critical care specialist MDs, all of whom were directly involved in treating this one patient. Be sure and read the the part WHY YOU AIN'T FIXING THAT AT HOME I imagine this is what you'd expect to receive from Emory or...
  2. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    After using Betadine and Sulfa on deep-tissue wounds on horses, I've become convinced it's just about a cure-all for keeping wounds clean and allowing them to heal from the inside-out. I used Betadine straight from a (very outdated) bottle for twice-daily cleaning of a five-inch-deep abscess...
  3. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Ive been looking for a good pair of hot/warm weather boots. I like in south central wisconsin, and already have a pair of insulated muck boots for the colder months, but as far as the summer months i have nothing. I was thinking more along the line of a pair of desert combat boots or some type...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I had to give up trying to locate the re-folding how-to & called Coleman. In a short while I got an email with an attachment - exactly what I needed. I could remove it from the attached hood that converts to the carry bag, but when it came down to returning it, I was at a loss I didn't see...
  5. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Looking for tips and tricks on how to take care of my knives better then I already do :)
  6. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    Hey everybody. I went swimming the other day at my friend's house, and as I was about to dive, the concrete on the sides of the pool gave me a bloody, dime-sized scrape on the top of my foot. It's been about three days, and it's red around the area, and has some drainage. In the middle, where...
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