Animal Attacks
Cold Camping
Horrible Heat
Misc. Maladies
100

Three ways to avoid being bitten by a snake

What is: "Watch your step in tall grass, keep your tent closed, never provoke the wildlife"
100

The difference between hypothermia and frostbite

What is "hypothermia is when the body's core freezes, while frostbite is when the extremities freeze"

100

A potentially fatal condition caused by a lack of water

What is dehydration?

100

How to treat hyperventilation

What is "breath slowly?"

If it lasts for more than 30 minutes, get medical help

200

The way to treat a tick bite

What is "use tweezers to pull the tick out?"

200

How to avoid frostbite while camping

What is "wear gloves, hats and socks?"

200

How you should treat heatstroke

What is "call 911 immediately?"

In minor cases, get in shade and drink a liquid high in electrolytes, like Gatorade.

200

How to prevent blisters

What is "avoid hiking in wet/not fitting shoes or socks?"

300

The way to treat an insect sting

What is "remove stingers, wash with soap and water, and apply a cold compress"

300

How you should treat hypothermia

What is "warm the victim through extra layers, body heat, or fire, but do not put them in immediate heat, like a shower?"

300

How you should treat dehydration

What is "slowly drink more water, but avoid drastic rehydration?"

300

How you should treat blisters

What is "wrap in moleskin and don't rub?"

400

The way to treat a snake bite

What is "Call 911 immediately?"

400
How you should treat frostbite

What is "run cool water over the digits, and slowly increase the temperature?"

400

The symptoms of heatstroke.

What are "high body temperature (105), seizures, confusion, loss of conscious, a coma?"

400

The symptoms of altitude sickness

What are "nausea, headaches, dizziness, loss of appetite, and feelings of weakness?"

500

What you should do with a tick after removing it

What is "stick it in rubbing alcohol, so if you later (3-4 weeks) develop a rash/fever, you can show the tick to your doctor?"

500

The core body temperature where hypothermia develops

What is "95 degrees F?"

500

The amount and frequency of water you should drink to avoid dehydration

What is "one liter every 2 hours?"

500

The number of feet above sea level that altitude sickness become a danger at

What is 8 thousand feet?

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