How to Browse Securely Online

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The internet is an amazing place. With just a few keystrokes, you can learn pretty much anything you want. Or, you can use the internet to connect with friends and family who live far away. But, every day, criminals around the world try to use the power of the internet to steal your information. If they’re successful, these people can…

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Botulism and Canning – What You Need to Know

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Canning is a fantastic way to preserve food for when SHTF. While you can certainly buy pre-canned food, home canning can save you a whole lot of money, especially if you have your own garden. Unfortunately, canning can be quite dangerous if done improperly. Indeed, botulism – a rare, yet potentially fatal disease – is a real concern for anyone…

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What You Should Know About Prepping With Diabetes

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When we talk about prepping strategies, more often than not, we only talk about prepping for healthy adults without a pre-existing health condition. However, just because you have diabetes or another pre-existing condition doesn’t mean you can’t be prepared. Prepping with diabetes is inherently more complicated than prepping without the disease. Since diabetics often require various medications and a special…

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The Ultimate Guide to Oxygen Absorbers

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In a true emergency, having a substantial stockpile of food is critical for survival. Without food, it’s unlikely that we can survive for more than a few weeks, even in the best of circumstances. So, it’s essential that we have an adequate supply of food in our emergency stores for when SHTF. Unfortunately, simply having a lot of food in…

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Silk Body Armor: Fact or Fiction?

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Soft body armor has been made from all kinds of fibers both natural and man-made since it was first introduced way back when. Our modern soft body armor, sometimes called bulletproof vests, are typically made from aramid family synthetic fibers, Twaron and Kevlar being two of the most popular. Utra-high molecular weight polyethylene as popularized by Dyneema was also a…

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