How Real Is Disease X?

5/16/2018 6:36 PM

We’ve been hearing rumors about a deadly pandemic coming called Disease X, but health officials still have no idea what exactly it could be. It is being named “Disease X” because the “X” represents the unexpected nature of the pandemic.

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On The Record: The 10 Deadliest U.S. Tornadoes

4/25/2018 4:07 PM

Tornado season is upon us, and instead of informing you how to prepare for them like we did in “Touched Down Without A Warning: How To Prepare For A Tornado”, we thought that we would recap a few of the deadliest tornadoes to touch down in U.S. history.

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Women and Firearms: The Truth You Should Know

4/11/2018 7:39 PM

The main reason that usually women resort to owning guns is to protect themselves. Roughly about 12 percent of women own a gun as opposed to nearly three times as many men , meaning a disproportionate number of gun-owning civilians are male.

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The Science Behind Sports Riots

3/28/2018 2:36 PM

Sports are an American pastime, but the riots that sometimes follow are not. Fires in streets, smashed windows, flipped cars, and alcohol fueling the fire (no pun intended)...where does it all end? And why do fans care SO intensely about their teams that their first thought is to destroy property when they win or lose?

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Flying Saucers: How The UFO Myth Took It’s Shape

3/14/2018 5:25 PM

June 24, 1947 is the day that accredited as the first modern UFO sighting and the origin of America’s obsession with flying saucers.

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March Marks Red Cross Month

3/7/2018 6:48 PM

It’s March, which means it’s Red Cross Month! Every March, the American Red Cross celebrates Red Cross Month to honor more than 300,000 volunteers who help fulfill the mission of the Red Cross organization across the country, as well as furthering the legacy of the Red Cross founder, Clara Barton.

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Prepping With Pets

2/28/2018 8:44 PM

When disastrous situations are not safe for you, they REALLY are not safe for your pets. Your four-legged friends need an emergency kit just as much as you do. Yes, they are furry and cannot call the fire department in an emergency, but they are a member of your family and should be safeguarded as one during a crisis.

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School Shootings: What Would YOU Do If You Were Caught In The Cross-Fire?

2/22/2018 3:31 PM

Last week, the 3rd deadliest school shooting in U.S. history happened, now it has students and parents across our nation asking what would YOU do if you found yourself in this life-changing situation ? We’ve covered mass shootings before, but this situation requires a different type of preparedness since it targets kids.

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The Unprepared Guide Of Gifts To Give Your Prepper This Valentine’s Day

2/14/2018 3:44 PM

Candy, flowers, cards, and stuffed animals have lined the aisles of every store in America, but these gifts won’t satisfy the needs of your beloved prepper. We have prepared a few last minute gift ideas that your prepper is sure to love this Valentine’s Day.

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The Doomsday Clock Gets Closer To Midnight: Exploring What Makes The Clock Tick

2/8/2018 9:56 PM

The doomsday clock has ticked 30 seconds closer to midnight since the mishap with the accidental missile alert in Hawaii earlier this month. This sets the clock at 2 minutes to midnight and has everyone at the edge of their seats.

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