Radiation exposure can happen in a number of ways: Nuclear war, a nuclear leak at a power plant, contact with radioactive waste, etc. Here’s what to do.
Many people have perished in house fires, and if you don’t want the same thing to happen to your family, you should take these 10 essential tips seriously.
It should be obvious that having at least a few emergency supplies is a good idea, yet most people still refuse to prepare. Here are 13 reasons they give.
Envisioning a particular widespread disaster will help you to be more focused and think of preparations that might not have occurred to you otherwise.
Martial law usually happens during a large riot, terrorist attack, or large-scale natural disaster. Here are a few things that could happen.
You may think terrorists will never strike your town, but it’s important to be prepared–not only for your own safety, but for the safety of your family.
There are several warning signs that indicate a collapse of some kind is approaching. It’s important for preppers to watch for these warnings.
I don’t normally post doom and gloom articles like this, but every now and then it’s a good idea to remind ourselves what we’re preparing for.
During a disaster, it’s important to fight negative thoughts and emotions. If you don’t, they can overcome you long before your thirst or hunger.