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  1. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    Hi Everyone, I am Micheal and I recently joined this Forum. I am from Chicago, USA.:) I need a help. :xeye: I am a Patient of Sinus. A Very Common Disease as you know. I even tried several methods but I couldn't find any permanent method. I even consult with a doctor and she gave me...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Question for the more serious preppers and long term planners that already have supplies to survive the first year (food, water, shelter, safety) do you have medications, specifically antibiotics, to keep away the chance of infection related deaths? I read that even today 5 out of every 100 kids...
  3. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    So, I have had steady, slow worsening of peripheral neuropathy in my feet and lower legs. started about 5 - 6 years ago. I have been tested for diabetes and am negative. I was tested back in '07 with one neurologist and was told it was a nerve problem in my back, I've had two SI...
  4. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    DH doesn't usually do too badly with flus and infections, but he was stuck with travel conditions this week. 3hr flights, airports, and half a week in Orlando. Currently: High (for him) fever, 100-103 Pulse running high 80s to mid 90s lying down BP above his normal, high enough that he won't...
  5. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    How should one dispose of bodies and other body related substances and keep safe in the face of an epidemic? Also, what things should I know about the nature of epidemics? How they spread, what to look for etc.
  6. Urban Survival
    While most of these things probably apply to everyone, urbanites have a lot more frequent interaction with many of them. it is a lot harder to survive if you are sick all the time and you certainly do not want to catch a debilitation disease like hepatitis. sick people - duh? steer clear as...
  7. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    If you have ever wondered if you should let the infection run its course, or rush the person to the hospital, here is something to consider. Keep in mind, there is a difference between a 100 - 101 degree fever and a 103 - 104 degree fever. There are times when medical treatment is necessary...
  8. 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...
  9. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    I remember when this was going on. There are a lot of questions that still have not been answered by public health officials - such as the Center of Disease Control (CDC). When the outbreak was going on, the CDC website had almost no information about what was going on. It seemed strange that...
  10. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    While running a fever, at what point does brain damage occur?
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