Doom And Bloom. Survival Medicine and Preparedness by Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy
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The Survival Medicine Hour, with Joe Alton, MD aka Dr. Bones, and Amy Alton, ARNP aka Nurse Amy, wish you and your family a wonderful Merry Christmas. May 2017 bring you a multitude of blessings and good health. About 16% of our population is alone and...
Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy of DoomAndBloom.net, have updated and expanded their original handbook on survival medicine. Their first book is The Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Handbook . The new book is The Survival Medicine...
Depending upon who you talk to, a severe wound or lasceration should always be sutured close. Or should it? When faced with an austere survival situation, the decision you make to close an open wound could spell the difference between proper healing...
Remaining whole and healthy in a survival situation is something we all strive for. But what happens if an accident, or worse, an attack, results in wounds that need tending? This is a question that every prepper asks themselves. It is fairly easy...
Survival medicine news: Leprosy cases in Florida spark investigation of their source, plus Joe Alton, MD, aka Dr. Bones, tell you all you’ll ever need to know about the disease. Shark attacks in South Carolina lead Dr. Bones to tackle the furry kind...
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In the first 4 parts of our series on Diabetes Mellitis, we discussed type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes, methods of prevention, and conventional survival