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 decades, especially regarding those things people can do to take care of themselves.
The response from the community has been amazing. More people are concerned about the not-too-distant future than I had imagined. I am appreciative of all who offer helpful comments, especially those who’ve become contributors, and those who educate me in return.
I’ve named the blog Armageddon Medicine primarily because the words flow nicely and are easy to remember, but also because it conveys the sense of what health care may be needed in the face of national or global catastrophe, and what people can do to prepare.
I still have my day job as a family physician, and realize it will take many months, or more likely years, to make this site the resource I imagine it can become. Anyone with practical or professional knowledge who is interested in contributing an article or information is encouraged to leave a comment and contact information in the block below.
May God bless your efforts in making the world a better place for yourself and future generations.