December 4, 2016

Take Care of Health Issues before SHTF

July 13, 2012 aptprepper 13

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com At this week’s Monday Musings I mentioned I was taking care of an elective, pre-emptive health issue.  I had been putting this off for several months now, and finally decided now is the time to do it.  I guess announcing it helped me move it along. What was it? I finally went ahead and had my last wisdom tooth pulled out.  I had three impacted wisdom teeth taken out back in my twenties, […]

Beware the Super Bug that’s All Around Us

March 9, 2012 aptprepper 19

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com At the office today we heard about a colleague who was admitted to the hospital and won’t be back for a while.  She had a small wound that steadily got worse, leading to an infection, fever and now a hospital stay.  She had to be treated with IV antibiotics, and will need to wear a bag near the wound site to continuously flush the wound with antibiotics for a month.  Her husband who […]

A Vaccine that can Protect You if SHTF

January 3, 2012 aptprepper 14

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com Many moons ago, before I became the Apartment Prepper, I had an early Monday morning mishap.  I was preparing breakfast for the family, getting ready for work and getting the kids rounded up for school.  Yes, I was multi-tasking, something I highly recommend against doing, but that is for another post.   The night before, I had gone to a Pampered Chef party (I got some free stuff) and I was going to try […]