Four Cases of Life-Threatening Plague found in Colorado
Ebola Only a Plane Ride Away from USA [or any other country]
Toxic Tap Water Causes State of Emergency in Toledo
National Border Patrol Council VP: Border Agents Need More Staffing to Help With Crisis [scabies and lice are the two main infestations ..... chicken pox, measles, H1N1 and tuberculosis are also pretty common]
Ebola Distracts From Worsening Cameroon Cholera Outbreak
Massive Emergency Drill in New York City
There are continued warnings of catastrophic water shortages that will impact our country and world in an unprecedented way. This, in turn, will have a major affect upon not only the health of many people, but the food supply, and consequently, the cost and availability of food as well.
25 Shocking Facts About The Earth's Dwindling Water Resources
The Race to Stop Las Vegas From Running Dry
Parched West is using up underground water: Study points to grave implications for Western U.S. water supply - See more at: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/parched-west-is-using-up-underground-water-study-points-to-grave-implications-for-western-u-s-water-supply_072014#sthash.62puWoHu.dpufThe Parched West is Using Up Underground Water: Study Points to Grave Implications for Western U.S. Water Supply
U.S. Meat, Seafood Prices Rising on Drought and Disease: USDA
The Drought Goes From Bad to Catastrophic
I bring all of this to your attention for one reason. I hope that knowledge and information will help you make wise decisions for the future of your home and hearth, where ever it may be. Sometimes knowing isn't pleasant, it causes us to confront rather than deny the realities around us, even when we dearly wish 'it wasn't so'. Hold your family close. Really evaluate what is important and necessary. Find options that still provide what is needed without risk to health and home. Avoid circumstances that may bring something to your door that may end in catastrophe.
Ol' Remus had good advice this week, "Prepared is prepared, you are or you aren't. Do what you can. And as always, stay away from crowds."
Until next time - Fern