BONUS: Right now, you'll also receive "The Survival Doctor's Ultimate Emergency Medical Supplies" report—FREE! Popular Posts8 Tips for How to Treat a Knee Injury and How to Know If It's Bad (1266)6 Clues Your Ankle is Broken, Not Sprained (1090)How to Know If You Really Have a Concussion (886)Your Child Has a Rash. If you can’t get out completely, keep as much of your body as possible out of the water. Find a long stick or something that will reach the person without you having to get on the thin ice. If you have a rope, tie a loop, throw it to the person, and tell him or her to loop it under the arms. If you go into the water, you must tie a rope under your arms, around your chest, and have someone strong enough there to pull you out. I’ve heard tales of people who fell into cold water who appeared deceased and could be resuscitated because of the cold.
Empress Of Drac, A Frugal Cebuana Blogger A true-blue Cebuana, blogging about Frugal Living, Self-Reliance, Prepping, Freelance Life and of course Cebu. SHTF blog (“Sewage” Hits The Fan blog) offers preparedness news, information, commentary – and other awesome stuff. The UK’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) found that the Zaire strain [of Ebola] will live on samples stored on glass at low temperatures for as long as 50 days. The left-hand charts plot survival rates of Zaire strain of Ebola (Zebov) and Lake Victoria marburgvirus (Marv) on glass (a) and plastic (b) at 4° (39°F) over 14 days.
The tests were initially carried out by researchers from DSTL before the current outbreak, in 2010, but the strain investigated is one of five that is still infecting people globally.
Top Ebola scientists also say that the virus is more likely to be spread by aerosol in cold, dry conditions than in hot, humid weather. All three filoviruses under investigation [Ebola is a type of filovirus] could be detected after 90 min in a dynamic aerosol (Fig.
Postscript: Because fever and vomiting are common with the flu, an Ebola breakout during the winter would be doubly challenging, as there would be a lot people with the flu who have the same symptoms as Ebola. You may reproduce our essays as long as you give proper attribution (Washington's Blog) and provide a link to our site at the top of the post. National Security and Copyright NoticesNational Security NoticeWe are NOT calling for the overthrow of the government. Rather than trying to subvert the constitution, we are calling for its enforcement.We are patriotic Americans born and raised in this country. FAIR USE NOTICE: This site contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner.
On Thursday, their number increased to 85 when more turtles were found off the cape, as well as Shackleford Banks and Pine Knoll Shores. The turtles were kept in tanks in the back of aquarium with heating vents, and aquarium staff members said the turtles quickly bounced back.
Michele Lamping, an aquarist with the aquarium’s husbandry department, said green sea turtles needed to have a body temperature of around 70 degrees.

Once they were screened, the turtles were shipped to various facilities across the country, based on availability.
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Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores, holds a recovering cold-stunned green sea turtle on Wednesday after turtles were recovered by the National Park Service. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources says the sudden cold caught more than 600 turtles in frigid waters near the shore. Department of Natural Resources and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, about 200 of the turtles will be transported south for a beach release today. Aquariums and the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center in Surf City until cleared for release, which could take a few weeks.
The influenza virus, commonly known as the flu, presents many symptoms similar to the common cold; respiratory inflammation, cough, sore throat, stuffy or runny nose, fever, and aches are common symptoms for both. But, according to one article I read, our firemen and rescuers spend a fair amount of time chasing people off iced ponds.
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If you’re able to get part of your body out of the water, wring out your gloves, sleeves, etc.
For cancer patients, having an immune system that is already compromised makes cold and flu season especially precarious.Whether you are currently fighting cancer, are a cancer survivor, or are a cancer caregiver, knowing how to handle cold and flu season is important.
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According to the Center for Disease Control, while it isn’t known if a cancer patient or cancer survivor are at a greater risk for infection with the flu, it is known that cancer patients and survivors are at a higher risk for complications from the flu.

Matthew Feeman, of the 80th Fighter Squadron out of Kunsan Air Base, South Korea, builds a fire to help combat frostbite and hypothermia during a survival, evasion, resistance and escape exercise in support of Red Flag – Alaska near Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, on Oct. Here are some tips to help ward off this year’s cold and flu season.Get the Flu ShotThe flu shot is recommended for anyone with a history of cancer or any disease that leaves a person with a weakened immune system. Those who are a caregiver for a cancer patient should get the flu shot for their own health and for the benefit of not becoming ill while trying to care for a patient. You can find many clinics and pharmacies that offer free flu shots, too. Adopt Good Health HabitsWhile it may seem like common sense, washing your hands often, especially after handling food, using the bathroom, or while sick, will help keep you healthier. However, 95% of people don’t wash their hands properly, so it’s important to take the time to wash your hands properly and avoid touching your face with them. Once your core body temperature is lowered by three degrees you are in the initial stages of hypothermia and it must be treated immediately. Wet clothing combined with wind-chill can accelerate hypothermia and an individual can develop it in a matter of minutes in some cases. As you can see from the chart, wind is a significant factor in cold weather. For example if the wind speed is 30 miles per hour and the air temperature is 40?F the air on your body will feel like 28?F. This is a real temperature on your body so it is possible to develop hypothermia even if the actual air temperature feels relatively warm, if you are not properly protected. Shelter from the wind is vital to survival.Symptoms of HypothermiaThe lists of symptoms are not comprehensive but are simply the ones most easily recognizable by a layperson in a field environment.
The treatments are ones that anyone can do in an emergency that do not require medical training. You can also provide warm beverages and place warm compresses on the chest and in the groin area.
Do not place compresses on the legs or arms because this can cause chilled blood to rush to the brain and heart. The heart is under tremendous stress and there is a chance of cardiac arrest for those with hypothermia.Clothing is Your First Line of Defense against the ColdRegardless of how long you expect to be exposed to the cold, you need the proper clothing and it must be layered so you can regulate your body temperature. Warm air always conducts to cold air so your body if left unprotected will conduct all of its heat to the surrounding air. The proper clothing and shelter will trap the warmth and prevent it from conducting away from the body.It is important that you keep your feet dry so you should always carry extra socks.
Feet exposed to wet cold conditions for prolonged periods can develop trench foot, many times called emersion foot. The air temperature does not have to be below freezing for anyone to develop this condition.Shelter and FireIndividuals set out on a day hike thinking they are only going to be gone a few hours and thus, only have prepared for a few hours. This means they likely do not have shelter, more than a few hours of water, fire starting materials and limited food. Regardless of how long you expect to be gone always carry at a minimum three days’ supply of food and water, fire starting materials and shelter.

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