Journal of Civil Defense 2014, Volume 47, Issue 2, “Treating Infection without a Doctor”
IN THIS ISSUE:
3 Essentials of Infection: What You Can and Cannot Treat Successfully on Your Own
By Cynthia J. Koelker, MD
10 Learning from the Storm: Civil Defense and the Birth of Disaster Research
By Mark J. Appleton
12 Oat-Tastic Oats
By Chef Tess Bakeresse
15 Ebola: the Next Pandemic?
By Dr. Kyle D. Christensen, DC, ND, MH
18 History of the 1960s Fallout Shelter Program
In response to an inquiry by Michael McFall, reporter for The Salt Lake Tribune
By Paul Seyfried
21 Living a Sheltered Life
Q & A by Paul Seyfried and Sharon Packer
23 Solar & Electric Food Dryer Comparison
By Jay R. Whimpey, P.E
25 Survival Landscaping
By Jonathan B. and Kylene Anne Jones
27 Surviving a House Fire: Lessons Learned
By Bruce Curley
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