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The Survival Doctor’s Complete Handbook Excerpt: How to Remove a Fish Hook

Available now, wherever books are sold! Today’s the day. The Survival Doctor’s Complete Handbook: What to Do When Help Is NOT on the Way goes on sale. As I told you a couple [...]

By | May 17th, 2016|General|6 Comments

Introducing The Survival Doctor’s Complete Handbook

Click the book to preorder, or buy wherever books are sold! by James Hubbard, MD, MPH For the last 13 years, I’ve made it my mission to teach as many people as I can how to handle medical problems when they can’t get to a doctor. You shouldn’t have to go to medical school to be empowered to help yourself and your family. Today, I’m proud to announce the culmination of my efforts to date. On May 17, Reader’s Digest will publish my best book yet: The Survival Doctor’s Complete Handbook. And we’re publishing with a bang. If you preorder The Survival Doctor’s Complete Handbook before May 17, you’ll also receive my PDF guide to preventing infectious disease. Plus, you’ll be entered to win a package of medical-survival goodies valued at over $100.* To receive the PDF and drawing entry, simply email your preorder receipt to communications [at] thesurvivaldoctor.com by May 17, 2016. […]

By | May 3rd, 2016|General|30 Comments

48-Hour Sale on Survival Training, Starts Now! Click to See the Deals

Thank you for your interest! This sale is now over, but you can still get the course for a great price. Click here.   48-hour SALE! by James Hubbard, MD, MPH It’s been almost a year since I launched The Survival Doctor’s video-based Emergencies Training Course, and the feedback has been amazing. […]

By | August 31st, 2015|Videos|0 Comments

Assign Me a Post: What’s Your Biggest Survival Medicine Worry?

by James Hubbard, MD, MPH Picture the time you’re preparing for: you can’t get professional medical care for a few days—or longer. Maybe you’re hiking or homesteading off the grid. Or a snowstorm has shut down roads, or an earthquake has caused mass casualties. Or maybe you’re living in a long-term disaster situation that’ll keep society out of commission for a while. When you think of this scenario, what’s your number-one fear, survival medicine-wise? […]

By | August 25th, 2015|General|123 Comments

Follow-Up Survey: What Will Help You Best Prepare?

by James Hubbard, MD, MPH Two weeks ago, I asked what you want to learn more about this year. The most popular answer was “advanced” techniques. Last week, I covered some really advanced questions about [...]

By | January 26th, 2015|General|0 Comments

The Survey Results Are In

by James Hubbard, MD, MPH Thank you for the wonderful response to last week’s survey. It will help me a great deal in focusing on what you’d most like to learn about. As promised, here are the results. […]

By | January 12th, 2015|General|11 Comments

Quick Survey: How Can I Help You Best?

by James Hubbard, MD, MPH My resolution for 2015 is for The Survival Doctor to focus even more on your needs. I want to help you prepare easier and quicker—in the exact ways you want [...]

By | January 6th, 2015|General|1 Comment

The Top 10 Most Popular Posts of the Year

by James Hubbard, MD, MPH Thank you to for making 2014 another record year for The Survival Doctor. Compared to 2013 our viewership was up by over 10 percent (around 4.5 million visits total). And not surprisingly, our number one most-viewed post remained the same. Otherwise, the most popular posts really ran the gamut—earwax removal and fast heart rates, children’s rashes and knee injuries, eyelid infections and finger infections. What about you? Did you learn anything new from any of them? Or perhaps they helped refresh your knowledge a bit? Which did you find the most interesting? […]

By | December 29th, 2014|General|1 Comment

The Top 10 Most Popular Posts About Surviving Colds and the Flu

>> Looking for a meaningful last-minute gift? Click here for sales on my survival training courses. No shipping required. by James Hubbard, MD, MPH The difference between cold and flu symptoms is somewhat a question of severity. Whereas a cold may make you feel like you’ve just run a race, the flu makes you feel like someone beat you with a baseball bat along the way. A cold can make you ache and feel fatigued. You can feel miserable and even run a low-grade fever or 100 F or so. But the flu puts you in the bed (where you should be). If you don’t listen to your body and take care of yourself, you could end up in the hospital. People die from the flu. Just in time to celebrate the upcoming cold and flu season, here are my most popular posts about surviving colds and the flu for 2014. […]

By | December 22nd, 2014|Infectious Disease|2 Comments

The Top 10 Most Popular Winter-Safety Posts of the Year

by James Hubbard, MD, MPH Here in Colorado, we’ve already had some really cold days and then some sneaky mild ones. Sneaky because I get all comfortable going out with a light jacket one day; the next, the sky is clear, and it looks the same—from the inside. I walk out, and bam, it’s biting cold. Or the day is pretty mild and the night is freezing. Winter is upon us, and I have this sneaky feeling it’s going to get colder before it gets warmer.  So I went back and reviewed my previous posts for winter safety tips (hey, sometimes even I don’t remember every detail I’ve written). And below I’ve linked to the 10 most popular ones for 2014. Even if you’ve read them, I’d suggest you, like me, could benefit from a review, to get you ready for the upcoming cold. And even if you live in a warm climate, check out number eight for sure. […]

By | December 16th, 2014|Cold, Weather|3 Comments