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The news is full these days of warnings from the Federal Drug Administration about the dangers of stockpiling medicines by purchasing drugs from online pharmacies. Apparently many pharmacies that say they are located in Canada (which is often considered to be a “safe” and less expensive place to purchase drugs) may not be there at all! Although the focus of the FDA article is on prescription drugs, it’s reasonable for American preppers to also want to stockpile over-the-counter drugs as well. First, let’s take a look at the article I’m talking about. If you haven’t seen it, you can find it here: Read more on Stockpiling Medicines? Careful Where You Buy Them!…
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(Obligatory – but important – caveat: I am not a doctor and the following is not medical advice. Please check with your own physician and follow his recommendations and instructions.)
No matter who you are, and what illness you may suffer from, it’s important to be prepared for any emergency. However, there are special considerations for those who suffer from diabetes. Whether you have type 1 (formerly known as juvenile-onset or insulin-dependent) or type 2 (previously known as adult-onset), there are certain things you must do to care for yourself to maintain your ability to process food.
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