Monthly Archives: January 2011

Protected: Dental Anesthesia for Suturing Lip & Facial Wounds

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Why Armageddon Medicine?

What if the unthinkable happens? World War III? Total economic collapse? Worldwide plague? A 2012 asteroid collision? Biblical Armageddon? Continue reading

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Rheumatoid arthritis – cost and treatment considerations

Dr. Koelker discusses treatment options for rheumatoid arthritis. How to be your own doctor in 2012 and TEOTWAWKI / Armageddon. Continue reading

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Welcome to Armageddon Medicine

Welcome to Armageddon Medicine I started this blog in September 2010 as a service to all those interested in responsible preparation for the future.  An educator at heart, I enjoy sharing what I’ve learned about medicine over the past few … Continue reading

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Is it safe to stockpile influenza medication?

 Here’s one good thing that came from the H1N1 epidemic . . .   Image via Wikipedia With the 2009 H1N1 influenza scare, the FDA issued  an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for two antiviral treatments, Tamiflu and Relenza.  Although as of 6/23/2010 … Continue reading

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Quick answers to reader’s questions

A few quick answers, details will take some research 09/24/2010     Yesterday’s questions covered a gamut of medical conditions, but can be broken down into several categories.  Here are a few prelimary answers, but each one deserves more attention, … Continue reading

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Expired medications – are they safe? Interview with Dr. Koelker

Live interview with Dr. Koelker today at 1:30 p.m. EDT on Health, Wealth, and Happiness with Gary Pozsik. Listen live online at

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Free Medical Downloads for Treating Yourself

If you’re worried you may end up where there is no doctor,  you’re not alone.  For Americans, this is largely a concern of the future.  For Third World countries, it’s a problem today. The Hesperian Foundation has several publications available for free download … Continue reading

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Medical Quarantine – Protecting Your Family from Infection

Plague.  Yellow fever.  Cholera.  Diphtheria.    Diseases which evoke images of death and despair.   Though less likely to transmit a fatal illness, would you open your door to someone with hepatitis, strep throat, or methacillin-resistant staph?  What about a person … Continue reading

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Stocking Stuffers for a Belated Christmas

Sorry about the delay . . . I fell off Santa’s sleigh 1.  Primatene Mist – Wonder about treating an asthma or severe allergy attack if no doctor is around?  It’s amazing that this epinephrine inhaler is available over the … Continue reading

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