Medical ID jewelry can be vitally important for a number of heart related conditions. Pacemakers and implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) are small devices that are implanted under the skin near the heart. They can be implanted permanently or temporarily, and they function by monitoring your heartbeat and using electrical signals to make adjustments if your
Med IDs are thoughtful, useful gifts. For people with diabetes, heart conditions, allergies, and more, gifting a medical alert shows you truly care.
Not long ago, an acquaintance was telling me a story, which led to his sharing with me that he had experienced multiple heart attacks several years prior. In discussing his story, he told me how much better his health had become as he had made some lifestyle changes and that on a daily basis, the
Halloween is definitely one of my favorite nights of the year. I love seeing all the youngsters out and about in my neighborhood wearing their spooky, cute, and funny costumes. Trick or treating, however, has a whole different meaning for those of us with food allergies or dietary restrictions. Candy can be laden with pesky
If your child has been diagnosed with a food allergy, you know all too well that thing can change in a matter of moments – and if you’ve ever seen your child experience an anaphylactic reaction, you know that epinephrine is absolutely crucial in determining the outcome. But what about children who haven’t been diagnosed
POTS stands for Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome, and because of how rapidly symptoms can arise, it’s important to wear a POTS Medical ID.
If you have had gastric bypass surgery, it is important to wear a gastric bypass medical ID to alert EMTs or first responders to your surgery.
Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder (sometimes called a neurobehavioral disorder) that, to varying degrees, impacts one’s ability to communicate and interact. It is also marked by a rigid need for routine and repetition. There is an extremely broad spectrum of the behavioral traits related to autism, and each of these symptoms varies in severity from
Asthma can be scary but manageable! Learn about safety considerations, tips and products that can help manage asthma as allergy season approaches. Read now!