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Originally published October 8 2014

Preparing for an Ebola pandemic ensures survival, confidence and calm

by J. D. Heyes

(NaturalNews) Natural News editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, has been busy again lately, recording several episodes' worth of a course that contains very useful information regarding how best to protect yourself and your family in today's chaotic, bio-infected world.

His latest course, Episode 12, is titled,"Remaining Calm: Why Ebola Preparedness Leads to Confidence and Calm," is now available at, and as is the case with all previous discussions, it is available free of charge to the public.

In this episode, Adams leads off by saying that he has fielded scores of questions and concerns regarding the current Ebola outbreak, its spread to the United States and what people can do to better prepare for it.

"I've had a lot people of contact me since [the disease] was found in Dallas," he said. "There's a lot of concern that [Ebola] is spreading, that even if [the first patient, Thomas Eric Duncan] is controlled, then... It could be spreading through people that are just flying into the country, going right through Customs, and then [are] walking around major U.S. cities."

He added: "I've never heard so many people in a state of fear about an epidemic before... so I thought it would be really important to really explain why we need to stay calm about this."

Relax - and prepare now

In this course, Adams discusses several important aspects of the Ebola outbreak, its spread to the U.S., what to expect, what is ahead and, vitally, what measures people can take to be prepared and, thus, calm their fears.

Here is a summary of what Adams discusses in this episode:

The very first step in gaining peace of mind, says Adams, is to start "making a list" of supplies, foodstuffs and medicines you will need if you have to a) venture out of your home during a widening Ebola outbreak; b) take care someone inside your home (click here for a great primer on how to set up a "sick room"); or c)"bug in" - that is, stay in your home during a government-ordered quarantine of two to five weeks (or more). Adams says storable foods and as many as 100 gallons of water per person will go a long way toward getting you prepared for a potential widening Ebola outbreak (or any other manmade or natural disaster).

Click here to listen to the course now.

To learn more about how to prepare for a potential Ebola crisis here in the U.S., be sure to check out:


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