Monthly Archives: August 2013

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5 reasons breast cancer patients should wear medical ID’s

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Every woman cares about her appearance, from head to toes, and that is why I wanted to tell you what might be your perfect accessory if you are suffering from a breast cancer. The perfect thing to wear all the time is Breast Cancer ID bracelet or necklace. Do you want to know why? Here are the top 5 reasons for you to wear the breast cancer bracelet.  Read More…

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Why Autism Patients needs Medical Bracelets?

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Autism is known as complex developmental disorder of brain. These disorders are characterized in flawed social interaction, verbal and non-verbal conversation, and limited and repetitive behavior. Research and studies prove that autism is four to five times more widespread in boys than girls. An approximated 1 out of 54 boys and 1 in 252 girls are diagnosed with autism. It also affects 2 million people in United States and 10 million worldwide. Read More…

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Penicillin Allergy- The most common medication allergy

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Penicillin Allergy is the most common allergy to medications. According to the researches almost 10% of US citizens have reported Penicillin Allergy. The question is: “Is this allergy that common and how dangerous it is?”

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Precautions with Peanut Allergies and Its Substitutes

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peanut_allergyAllergies in general are common in most people. However, food allergies although fairly common, are more prevalent in children. Peanuts are especially a cause for greater concern. The reactions from peanuts range from mild to life threatening. It could mean the difference between mild skin irritations to constriction of airways. With this being said, wearing a peanut allergy bracelet or necklace, and carrying your medicine is the best precaution to take when faced with a severe food allergy. Read More…

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Understanding and Managing Diabetes with Diabetes Bracelet

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diabetesDiabetes is a lifelong incurable disease afflicting millions of people worldwide. It is estimated that approximately 340 million people in the world today have type 1 diabetes alone. It affects all ages, shapes, and sizes of people. Even though being overweight is a risk factor for developing diabetes, most people with the disease are at a normal weight or only moderately over weight. Any of the millions of individuals affected can have long happy lives by understanding how to manage their lifestyles and to take the appropriate steps.

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