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Survival MD Guidebook By Dr. Scurtu

Survival MD is a complete survival system with a strong emphasis on preparing you for the main cause of death in any crisis: disease and illness. No matter if its a natural disaster, terrorist attack, or complete economic collapse, your physical and mental well-being is the most important factor in surviving any crisis. With the new Survival MD e-book you will learn everything you need to know during a major crisis, when you cannot reach medical help and there are no doctors around. This is a guide full of secrets, tips and strategies for you to follow. With its help, you will learn how to treat almost all diseases that could happen to you. You will be taught what medicines and products you should stock up and how. You should not waste your money on ridiculously overpriced drugs. Survival MD is incredibly easy to read and understand. You dont need to have worked in a health care profession to be able to execute the instructions given in the book. I recommend that you give it to your children to read. You never know whether they might need to save your life using knowledge acquired from the guidebook. It is an incredibly interesting read so you are unlikely to get bored. Continue reading...

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Highly Recommended

This is one of the best books I have read on this field. The writing style was simple and engaging. Content included was worth reading spending my precious time.

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Family Survival Course

The Family Survival Course is created by Jason Richard which is full of quality information about how to prepare your family for the next crisis. It is about preparing your family in advance so your family will not start rushing or battling at grocery stores for necessary food items. Jason is the expert and he had experience in surviving at toughest place where there is no water or proper place to live. He shared his experience as well as some productive tips which he used in surviving in these toughest situations. Learn 44 essential foods to stock up in case of a crisis. Also learn how to identify healthy foods from prepackaged foods that contain unhealthy additives. Find the most affordable deals on survival foods. Sometimes the best foods to stock up on are actually available at your local supermarket. Continue reading...

Family Survival Course Overview

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Author: Jason Richard
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Sold Out After Crisis

Sold Out After Crisis is a book that was written by Damian Campbell that talks about the 37 different food items you wont be able to get in the event of some type of tragedy or disaster. These are essential food items that you may not be able to survive without and this book will tell you exactly what these items are, why they are so important, and how to stockpile them as safely and inexpensively as possible. The Sold Out After Crisis guide will also talk about disaster preparedness in general. Telling you how to know when a disaster is about to happen and what to do to make sure you are ready when it does. There are also safety tips that will help protect you and your family from other people that are willing to do anything to get what you have when disaster strikes. Continue reading...

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Author: Damian Campbell
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Survive Anything

Heres whats included: The single most important thing your family needs (after a plan) in the event of a hurricane, tornado, flood, or civil war. Shortcut method to navigate your way through total chaos in half the time a normal commute takes even if youre in New York City! Easiest way to figure out exactly how much prep work you need to do. Youll see that when you get organized the exact way George talks about, its almost as easy to prepare for a year as it is for a month! Dont experience devastating Survivors Guilt that can hit minutes after a catastrophe, and be totally debilitating. It left people from Katrina wishing they were dead. This is vital for your children! Understand exactly what the starving mob of people is thinking, and how to remove any chance of them taking your food by force. The best part is it involves no violence (although youll learn how to deal with people forcibly if need be.) The first thing you need to do when you hear a tornado siren (not what the government wants!).

Survive Anything Overview

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Author: Damian Campbell
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Reduced Escape Hazard

Insect pest control programmes with an SIT component mass-rear the pest insect on a massive scale. Until these insects have been irradiated, any escape would be unwelcome, and potentially catastrophic. In fact, SIT applications have an excellent safety record in this respect, but non-irradiated releases have indeed occasionally happened, for example of New World screwworm in Mexico and Panama in 2003 (del Valle 2003). However, all accidental outbreaks were quickly eliminated by the release of additional sterile insects. Natural disasters (e.g. hurricanes or earthquakes), accidents or sabotage could also have very severe consequences. The use of genetic sexing strains for Mediterranean fruit fly SIT, such as the strains based on the temperature sensitive lethal (tsl) mutation mitigates these consequences as colony females are temperature sensitive. However, the engineered repressible lethal strains described above have the potential to provide a more satisfactory solution. These...

Lice Of Medical Interest

The large-scale reduction in body louse infestations worldwide has led to a concomitant decrease in the prevalence of human louse-borne diseases. However, situations that result in human overcrowding and unsanitary conditions (e.g., wars, famines, and natural disasters) can lead to a resurgence of body louse infestations, often accompanied by one or more louse-borne diseases.

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Cryopreservation of Old World screw-worm fly embryos, pp. 163-168. In Proceedings Screw-worm Fly Emergency Preparedness Conference, 12-15 November 2001, Canberra, Australia. Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry, Canberra, Australia. Mazur, P. 1979. Slow freezing injury in mammalian cells, pp. 19-42. In Elliot, K., and J. Whelan (eds.), Proceedings, Symposium Freezing of Mammalian Embryos, Ciba Foundation Symposium, No. 52, 18-20 January 1979, Kobe, Japan. Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Mazur, P. 1984. Freezing ofliving cells mechanisms and implications. American Journal of Physiology 16 125-142. Mazur, P., K. W. Cole, and A. P. Mahowald. 1992a. Critical factors affecting the perme-abilization of Drosophila embryos by alka-nes. Cryobiology 29 210-239. Mazur, P., K. W. Cole, J. W. Hall, P. D. Schreuders, and A. P. Mahowald. 1992b.

Historical Biogeography

On a much more limited scale, local natural disasters, such as volcanic eruptions and hurricanes, take a toll on insect life and may actually cause the extinction of small populations or even very regional species and constitute vicariant events, although such consequences have yet to be documented, especially those of low-density forest species (Elton 1975). Changes in the course of rivers, an especially common occurrence in meandering lowland drainages, such as the Amazon, can break up continuous populations and halt gene flow sufficiently to create new entities.

Chewing And Sucking Lice And People

The human body and head louse carries and spreads bacteria that cause the diseases louse-borne typhus, trench fever, and louse-borne relapsing fever. Louse infestations commonly occur among the homeless, or persons in refugee camps and other crowded conditions that result from war and natural disasters. Head lice are common among school children around the world. They are passed from one host to the next through infested clothing. Pubic lice, also known as crabs, are normally spread through very close, personal contact by grownups.

Case Study Control of the cassava mealybug Phenacoccus manihoti in Africa through the introduction of the exotic

Cassava (Manihot esculenta) is the staple food of over 200 million Africans living in the humid and subhumid tropics as well as an emergency food reserve in many arid zones. Since its introduction into Africa over 500 years ago, cassava had remained relatively pest free until the new pest Phenacoccus manihoti appeared in Zaire in the early 1970s. This parthenogenetic pest spread rapidly through Senegal and The Gambia in 1976, into Nigeria and Benin Republic in 1979 and by 1985 it had spread into Sierra Leone and Malawi and from there

Diseases and the Evolution of Pathogens

The origins and coevolution of pathogens with their vectors and plant or animal hosts are complex. When the first dinosaurs walked the earth, they already came with pathogens carried over from their ancestors. While new vector-pathogen associations were evolving, the basic survival plan of many pathogenic microorganisms had already been established.

Reviews And Commentaries

The most consistently recurring topic in the essays and images is our troubled and in many ways dysfunctional relationship with nature. Several images are of natural disasters, not just aftermaths of tornadoes and floods but also those waiting to happen. The view along a stretch of the San Andreas Fault is chilling. Most unsettling are the disastrous conditions of our own making. The text tells us that 19 countries suffer from serious drought and that between 1.6 billion and 1.8 billion people do not have access to potable water. A photograph shows us the perfect, white, prostrate silhouette of a tree that has been felled and burned to ash in northern Ivory Coast.

Prevention And Control

Problems typically include personal protection. Limiting access of flies to humans or other animals by window screening, mosquito netting, or other physical barriers remains one of the cheapest and most effective forms of control. The invention and ready availability of standard 16-mesh window screening, although considered mundane by most, should actually rank as a genuine marvel of the 20th century. Retreating behind such screening affords humans the opportunity to eat without fly-caused contamination and incessant biting by several species of blood-feeding flies. Similarly, chemical barriers to fly bites afforded by repellents are an important part of arthropod-borne pathogen management. Repellents are at the core of preventive medicine with respect to many fly-borne pathogens, especially in protecting military personnel. Typified best by mosquito repellents, these personal protectants include various formulations of DEET. The insecticide permethrin has repellent activity when used...

Intrinsic Incubation

The avian hosts of eastern equine encephalomyelitis (EEE) virus generally begin nesting in swamps coincidentally with the emergence of the first spring generation of the mosquito vector, Culiseta melanura, thereby bringing EEE virus, susceptible avian hosts, and mosquitoes together in time and space. Diel activity patterns also may be critical. For example, larvae (microfilariae) of W. bancrofti move to the peripheral circulatory system of the human host during specific hours of the night that coincide with the biting rhythm of the mosquito vector, Cx. quinque-fasciatus. Historically, epidemics of vector-borne diseases have been associated with increases in human accessibility to vectors during wars, natural disasters, environmental changes, or human migrations.


During the mating season, males are more likely to be encountered as they wander in search of females they are particularly aggressive at this time and are easily provoked. Other circumstances that contribute to human encounters are disturbances of their burrows, land development, and flooding or other natural disasters which tend to displace them. About a dozen genera of tarantulas are considered venomous enough to humans to require medical treatment of bite victims. They are found primarily in the tropics of South America, Africa, and Australia, where most of the serious cases of human envenomation occur.


Vector-borne diseases frequently affect only a small percentage of the human population, and therefore vector control remains the intervention method of choice. Control programs attempt to maintain vector abundance below thresholds necessary for the transmission of parasites to humans or domestic animals. When these programs fail, personal protection by repellents or insecticide-impregnated clothing, bed nets, or curtains is often the only recourse. Vaccination may be a viable alternative method of control for specific vector-borne diseases, if the vaccine imparts lasting immunity as in the case of yellow fever virus. However, many parasites, such as malaria, have evolved to the point where infection elicits a weak immune response that provides only short-term and marginal protection. The need for continued revaccination at short intervals severely limits their

Survival Basics

Survival Basics

This is common knowledge that disaster is everywhere. Its in the streets, its inside your campuses, and it can even be found inside your home. The question is not whether we are safe because no one is really THAT secure anymore but whether we can do something to lessen the odds of ever becoming a victim.

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