Snake Bites and How to Treat Them
Dec03

Snake Bites and How to Treat Them

Snakes inhabit all continents except for Antarctica and species number over 3,000. Thankfully only around 15% of those are dangerous to humans. Although extreme caution should be exercised while hiking in areas where poisonous snakes are prevalent, the chances of actually being bitten and fatality are extremely low, especially in nations that have access to decent health care.

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Top 5 Isolated Wilderness Areas Abroad
Jun30

Top 5 Isolated Wilderness Areas Abroad

Development and modernization is spreading throughout the world at an alarming pace. With many wild areas now overrun by tourists, there are luckily still places left that will unleash your inner explorer.

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Outdoor Gear: What to Buy & What You Don’t Need
Mar11

Outdoor Gear: What to Buy & What You Don’t Need

When it comes to outdoor gear there is no shortage of products to choose from before heading out on your next big adventure. There are some products that can be extremely beneficial but many are overpriced gimmicks.

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Tourist Deaths in the Great Barrier Reef
Nov18

Tourist Deaths in the Great Barrier Reef

A tour company based out of Cairns Australia, has unfortunately seen two of its passengers die from heart attacks while visiting the Great Barrier Reef.

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Thailand Legalizing Abortion for Zika Cases
Nov08

Thailand Legalizing Abortion for Zika Cases

Buddhist dominated Thailand has loosened its restrictions on abortion when it comes to babies that may have microcephaly caused by the Zika virus.

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