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SurvivalMitch Harris

Holy sh*t, Man Vs. Wild actually saved someone

Last week, a British man survived three days alone in the Australian Outback. He says Bear Grylls taught him how to do it.

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SurvivalKevin Linderman

Can a $23 knife be any good?

You probably won't display this fixed blade on your mantle. But you will be glad you bought it.

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SurvivalStacey McKenna

Cast away for 76 days

Steven Callahan spent 11 weeks adrift in the Atlantic Ocean. And he didn't die.

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SurvivalKevin Linderman

This belt could save your life

Our founder and CEO loves survival gear. So this multitool survival belt was right up his alley.

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SurvivalBrad Shannon

How to not die in an urban flood

Floods are the costliest and most common natural disasters in the United States. Thankfully, they're easy to prepare for.

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SurvivalStacey McKenna

The man who survived at -76 degrees [graphic images]

Nigel Vardy literally lost a part of himself in a storm on Denali's West Rib. But that hasn't stopped his climbing career.

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SurvivalMitch Harris

6 must-have items for your car’s emergency kit

Every year, unprepared motorists die when their cars break down in remote areas. With a well-packed survival kit, you can avoid becoming one of them.

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SurvivalBrad Shannon

How to not die in a crowd crush

In the wrong situation, even calm crowds can turn deadly. So we called some of the world's foremost experts to learn how to stay alive when things get cramped.

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SurvivalBrad Shannon

How to not get struck by lightning

No, going to church isn't enough. Our writer asked three lightning experts how to stay alive in a storm. 

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SurvivalStacey McKenna

Book Review: How to Read Water

Tristan Gooley is arguably the world's foremost natural navigation expert. In his latest book, he tells how to predict weather, traffic patterns, and more by looking at water.

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SurvivalBrad Shannon

Don’t die alone in the desert

Hundreds of people die every year in America's deserts. Follow these six tips to avoid becoming one of them.

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