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First Aid 101: How to treat animal bites post-SHTF

https://naturalnews.com/2020-02-17-first-aid-101-how-to-treat-animal-bites-post-shtf.html

First Aid 101: How to treat animal bites post-SHTF Monday, February 17, 2020 by: Arsenio Toledo animal bite , animal encounter , cat bite , cat scratch , dog bite , emergency first aid , emergency medicine , first aid , injuries , preparedness , prepper , prepping , SHTF , survival , survivalist Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/403720.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) Animal bites and scratches happen ...

Tick bite turns people into involuntary vegetarians

https://naturalnews.com/046721_tick_bites_vegetarianism_meat_allergy.html

It seems that there is a decline in meat eaters throughout the nation, at least red meat consumers. ... Not likely Disqus Take Action: Support Natural News by linking to this article from your website Permalink to this article: https://www.naturalnews.com/046721_tick_bites_vegetarianism_meat_allergy.html Embed article link: (copy HTML code below): Tick bite turns people into involuntary vegetarians Reprinting this article: Non-commercial use OK, cite NaturalNews.com with clickable link. ...

Stripes make terrible landing strips: Flies bite zebras less because the contrast causes optical disruption, says a study

https://naturalnews.com/2019-08-23-stripes-make-terrible-landing-strips-for-flies.html

Stripes make terrible landing strips: Flies bite zebras less because the contrast causes optical disruption, says a study Friday, August 23, 2019 by: Edsel Cook animal behavior , animals , camouflage , horse , wildlife , zebra Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/363278.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) Theories abound as to why zebras sport distinctive black-and-white stripes on their hides. ... The insects touch down on their targets, bite ...

Survival first aid: Handling tetanus in a post-SHTF scenario

https://naturalnews.com/2022-01-11-handling-tetanus-in-a-post-shtf-scenario.html

Tetanus infections occur when a person has a break in the skin, which often happens when there is a puncture wound, an insect or animal bite, or a splinter. ... Sources include: TheSurvivalMom.com PrepSchoolDaily.Blogspot.com Previous :Pandemic of the vaccinated: COVID cases skyrocket at the Capitol, mostly affecting fully vaccinated individuals Next : Animal feelings: Study reveals elephants mourn their dead like humans - More news on emergency treatment Survival first ...

Rat study throws new light on animal consciousness - rats behave with empathy

https://naturalnews.com/034715_animal_consciousness_rats_empathy.html

An animal whose very name is often used as an insult may harbor more "human" traits like compassion than previously suspected. ... The free rat initially circled the cage, attempting to dig beneath it or bite through it. "...

DISGUSTING: Study finds that animal vaccines have no safeguards against contamination and contribute to serious pet diseases like cancer

https://naturalnews.com/2018-04-22-disgusting-study-finds-that-animal-vaccines-have-no-safeguards-against-contamination.html

The manufacture of both human and animal vaccines is dependent on the use of live human and animal cells as seed stock. ... Cat-to-cat transfer of the virus may occur from a bite wound, during mutual grooming, and (rarely) through the shared use of litter boxes and feeding dishes. "...

Kung fu fighting in the animal world: Meet the kangaroo rat, which seemingly uses "kung fu" to outsmart rattlesnakes

https://naturalnews.com/2019-09-06-kangaroo-rat-uses-kung-fu-to-outsmart-rattlesnakes.html

To track the hunting behavior of the rattlesnakes, they used radio telemetry, which uses invisible and silent signals to determine an animal’s location . ... If the rat isn’t quick enough and gets caught by the snake, it often avoids the venomous bite by reorienting itself in mid-air and kicking the snake away – like a ninja. "...

Learn the basics of wound management for survival situations

https://naturalnews.com/2021-08-15-learn-wound-management-survival.html

These can be very challenging to clean, and it’s important to keep in mind the possibility of tetanus if the puncture was caused by rusty metal and rabies if the puncture is from an animal bite. "...

Company claims to be selling cannibalized meat made from "tissue samples" of celebrities

https://naturalnews.com/2021-03-03-cannibalized-meat-tissue-samples-celebrities.html

Rather than just spawn chicken wings or breasts, BiteLabs decided to bring Hollywood to your dinner plate. ... “The ground meat is now stuffed into casing and given a final seasoning,” BiteLabs says proudly. "...

Look into the Lyme Disease Mysteries, Part I

https://naturalnews.com/028998_lyme_disease_remedies.html

Whether an infected animal's bite can cause problems is currently unknown. A different spirochete is the source of syphilis, which also directly infects the brain to create dementia or the neurological damage similar to symptoms many Lyme disease victims exhibit. "...

Japan opens mass vaccination centers specifically for citizens 65 years old and above

https://naturalnews.com/2021-06-02-japan-opens-new-coronavirus-mass-vaccination-centers.html

Meanwhile, those injected with a rabies vaccine following an animal bite are not allowed to donate blood until a year has passed after their inoculation. "...

Shark attack victim survives by ripping out the shark's eyeballs

https://naturalnews.com/2017-08-05-shark-attack-victim-survives-by-ripping-out-the-sharks-eyeballs.html

As she was swimming, she felt something bite her leg and pull her down. Phillips remembered shooing Ericson away from his board to catch a new set of waves. ... It wasn’t a test bite. It wasn’t out of curiosity. This was an attack bite to kill.” "...

NIH-funded study looks at how sharks have evolved to use electric fields to locate prey

https://naturalnews.com/2018-07-29-nih-funded-study-looks-at-how-sharks-have-evolved-to-use-electric-fields-to-locate-prey.html

NIH-funded study looks at how sharks have evolved to use electric fields to locate prey Sunday, July 29, 2018 by: Edsel Cook animal senses , aquatic ecosystem , ecosystems , electroreceptors , ion channels , marine animals , Neurotransmitters , ocean life , prey , senses , shark , weird science - (Natural News ) Sharks are able to sense the faint electrical field emitted by an object. Recent research suggests that their electrosensing organ is tuned in an “all-or-nothing” manner that figures ...

Water cooler talk – Andean bears use water sources not only to drink, but also to communicate with others

https://naturalnews.com/2019-08-23-andean-bears-use-water-sources-to-drink-communicate.html

They bite, claw, and rub parts of their bodies on shrubs and trees. Experts believe that the activity serves as a means of communication among regional populations. ... The joint research team found that Andean bears concentrated their tree-rubbing behavior on local plant life that grew along animal trails near local sources of water. "...

SHTF pest control hacks for lice, mosquitoes and ticks

https://naturalnews.com/2021-08-12-pest-control-hacks-for-lice-mosquitoes-ticks.html

These diseases are transferred through the bite of an infected mosquito. Mosquitoes can be difficult to avoid in the summer when they are at their most active. ... They feed on human and animal blood to survive. They can often transmit diseases, such as Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis, tularemia, babesiosis and Colorado tick fever. "...

Canadian city declares genocidal policy against targeted breed of family dogs

https://naturalnews.com/055523_animal_genocide_pit_bulls_Montreal.html

The animal rescue organization has also threatened to end their dog-control services in response to the ban. ... Director of Animal Advocacy, Alanna Devine, also commented that the dog involved in Ms. "...

Did you know that monkey-eating chimps that hunt baby monkeys devour the brain first? This might give us a clue to our own evolution

https://naturalnews.com/2018-06-12-did-you-know-that-monkey-eating-chimps-that-hunt-baby-monkeys-devour-the-brain-first.html

This might give us a clue to our own evolution Tuesday, June 12, 2018 by: Frances Bloomfield animal behavior , animals , biology , brain function , brains , carnivores , chimpanzee , chimps , Evolution , fat-rich food , hominids , human evolution , meat eaters , nutrition , red colobus monkeys , wildlife - (Natural News ) The younger the red colobus monkey, the more likely a chimpanzee is to bite onto its head first. ... Sources include: LiveScience.com ExpressDigest.com Link.Springer....

Pet monkey that was routinely fed Frosted Flakes lashes out and attacks woman

https://naturalnews.com/037183_pet_monkey_Frosted_Flakes_animal_attack.html

After treating the woman, the hospital reported her to the San Luis Obispo County division of Animal Services. ... Their bite can do damage similar to that of a dog. "This kind of animal is never meant to be kept domestically. "...

Wolf's bane is an effective remedy for minor sprains and muscle soreness

https://naturalnews.com/2018-11-20-wolfs-bane-for-minor-sprains.html

Homeopathic remedies are microdilutions of extracts derived from medicinal flowers, herbs, plants, and some animal parts. ... Additionally, Arnica can be applied on an insect bite to reduce swelling. The remedy can also ease discomfort caused by sudden emotional trauma or sudden distressing news. "...

Cat bites deemed more dangerous than dog bites

https://naturalnews.com/043974_cat_bites_bacterial_infections_pets.html

A Mayo Clinic study covering three years shows that one in three patients treated for a cat bite had to be admitted to a hospital. ... In fact, bacteria from a cat bite can include a common animal bacteria strain that is hard to treat in humans, because it is difficult to fight off with antibiotics, Huffman wrote. "...