BOOK #1: Enterovirus: The Preppers Guide to Surviving Enterovirus
Stay calm and don’t panic for we have come up with simple solutions on how to protect yourself and your children from getting infected from currently ravaging Enterovirus, type D68 which turned out to be heading towards pandemic proportions, mostly attacking children and teenagers of ages 1 to 18 with a history of respiratory problems.
You won’t be feeling helpless anymore, because we are offering simple and easy tips on how to learn to prevent your family from getting infected, offering a reminder of basic hygiene habits that work as good as any vaccine, preventive tips, transmission and treatment facts along with explaining the origin of Enterovirus D68, so you can get to know your enemy better.
BOOK #2: Ebola Survival Guide: The Preppers Urban Guide to Prepare for a Disaster in an Urban Environment
The 2014 Ebola Outbreak is the largest and most widespread in history. As of October 15, 2014 almost 9,000 cases were reported, with approximately half of those infected resulting in fatalities. This rare and often fatal disease which originated in West Africa has crossed not only the borders of neighboring countries, but has, for the first time ever, spread to the continents of North America and Europe as well.
Thousands of people are unsure what to believe and what not to believe, resulting in panic, hysteria, and even paranoia among the general public. What is real and what is made up? Myths almost always have a basis in fact, so how did some of the myths originate?
Find the answers you need and the information you want, put your mind at ease, and within these pages, learn 12 things you need to know to survive the Ebola outbreak.
BOOK #3: Ebola: The Ultimate Ebola Survival Guide to Preparing and Surviving the Ebola Outbreak
The Ebola virus has been spreading across West Africa and now across other countries killing thousands of people. How can you combat this virus and ensure that you and your loved ones avoid the same fate so many others have faced? The Ebola virus will only continue to get worse as long as we remain uneducated and unprepared for what it can and will bring.
Once we take the steps necessary to prepare ourselves for the Ebola outbreak, we have nothing to fear. We may have little control over the spread of the Ebola virus to various parts of the world as a whole, but we do have control over whether the Ebola virus is going to affect our own lives and the lives of those we love. By taking the necessary steps to prepare ourselves and educate ourselves about the Ebola virus we can and we will prevent the virus from controlling our lives.
BOOK #4: Ebola Survival Guide: The Ultimate Prepper's Guide to Preparing for a Global Ebola Pandemic
What do you know about Ebola and how are you planning on fighting it in case it comes to your neighborhood? Ebola is a serious illness and has nothing to do with horror movies, so our Ebola Survival Guide is made to realistically present this illness to the wide public teaching you how to survive, prevent infection and protect your family from being infected, using only useful and realistic tips and lessons.
The guide is divided into 6 chapters, gradually educating you about what Ebola is, how to protect yourself, how to recognize the symptoms, how Ebola fever is treated and how the virus can be transmitted, tearing down the curtain of urban myths and false information available on the World Wide Web.