Category: Long Term Illness

The Doldrums…and Hell.

There’s nothing quite like sitting at home… …suffering pain and bad moods, because someone else couldn’t put their phone down…and ran into the vehicle I was sitting in as a passenger way back in April of this year…causing an accident that hurt 7 people. I’ve got severe back pain, neck stiffness, numbness on the right […]

Opinion: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of a healthy future…plus, PODCAST!

Update: In case you don’t know, I’m going under the knife next week. T minus 2 workdays until *New Knee Day*… As before, the pain level escalates. Had to use the cane today at work, and had to explain to most coworkers why the cane…because my meds are not helping with pain management, since I’m […]

Update, Content, News, and months of podcasts.

Well, it’s been a minute since I’ve posted here on the blog of SurvivalRing, and I do apologize. Life has been rather full outside the front door, and the moments in front of my computer (normally plural…the laptop is still down with a *Windows 10* infection) have been focused on research, online radio work, and […]

PREPS: Are You Ready Series … Pandemic Preparedness

Source: thedailysheeple.com By: Tess Pennington  Ready Nutrition  Posted on: April 1st, 2014 Let’s cut to the chase, it is very difficult to prepare for epidemics and pandemics especially for those living in close proximity to others. These natural recurring disasters tend to occur suddenly and without warning. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), serious, deadly contagious […]

THREATS: Biological Attack — Are We Ready?

Source: SecurityDegreeHub.com Biological Attack — Are We Ready? Imagine the nightmare scenario of an attack from a terrorist group or hostile nation. It probably involves a radioactive blast and a mushroom cloud, right? What about an attack that involves germs and surgical masks? How does that factor in? The reality is biological attacks may be […]

NEWS.GOV: U.S. calls emergency preparedness an ‘urgent public health issue’

Source: upi.com By: JC Sevcik  Posted on: March. 11, 2014 March. 11 (UPI) — Emergency preparedness is described as an “urgent public health issue” in a proposal issued by the Department of Health and Human Services which aims to regulate disaster plans. The proposed rule would impose readiness requirements on 17 different types of facilities — from hospitals to […]