Though the U.S. is home to 169 active volcanoes, we haven't seen a disastrous eruption since 1980. We wrote this guide in case that good luck runs out.
Chances are, the technique you learned to treat a snakebite is wrong. Here's how to do it right.
Every year, dozens of Americans are killed by tornadoes. Here's how to not be one of them.
Apparently snow hurricanes are a thing now. Here's how to keep one from killing you.
We think all the articles we published this year were pretty good. But we like these six the best.
Hypothermia kills about 1,300 Americans every year. Our writer asked the experts how to avoid and treat it.
Frostbite is more common than you'd think. So our writer hit up a few really smart people for tips on treating and preventing it.
Getting lost in the wilderness is a frightening experience, no question—it’s also just about inevitable every once in awhile. Here are some things you should know.
From his home in San Juan, our editorial director recommends three local non-profits.
It's wildfire season. If you use common sense and pay attention you can prevent and escape the blaze before it's too late.
Wildfire seasons are becoming more intense with time, and resort communities are struggling to keep up.
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