Aside from the alcohol wipes that are part of your first aid kit, do you have anything in your bag to use for personal survival hygiene?
In any dangerous situation, the last thing you want to do is stand out from the crowd. Here’s how to blend in so no one will notice you.
You are relatively safe walking through the city staring at your phone. But during a disaster, not being aware of your surroundings could be dangerous.
If you’re going to scavenge for supplies during a disaster, you’ll need certain tools such as bolt cutters, a lock pick set, a gas siphon pump, and more.
As the world becomes increasingly unstable, the chance of martial law happening in your town becomes more and more likely.
Use this info to get back inside your house if you get locked out, or use it to get into a house that is abandoned in a post-apocalyptic scenario.
Here are five real-life stories of people who found themselves right in the middle of a survival scenario and lived to tell about it.
You should always keep a spare phone and charger. A phone could be the difference between life and death. Here’s our picks for the apps to load it with.
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.
If you’re stranded away from home in the city during a disaster and you don’t have any survival gear, you’ll have to make do with what you can find.