If you found yourself stuck at the bottom of a canyon with a broken leg, what do you do? Not long ago, our host faced this exact scenario.
A bee sting won't hurt you unless you're allergic—or so you thought until you disturbed a hive of African bees.
When you picked some mushrooms off the forest floor, you planned to make a nice risotto. But now you’re in the hospital, fighting for your life.
Being able to call for help from his watch helped saved John Zilles, but will wearable tech be a help or burden to search and rescue?
You're alone in the open sea on a surfboard, having been blown far offshore by a strong wind. What does it feel like? What do you do?
A remote car accident, a broken ski, a tumble in the snow, and a slow descent into hypothermia.
A practical approach to making mass shootings less deadly
Tips on self-defense, BASE jumping, and how to make it out of a plane crash alive
Pitching a tent, healing a wound, and finding your way are about the most important things you can learn how to do. They're also the easiest.
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