Monthly Archives: September 2013

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How to educate your kids about medical bracelets?

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Education-for-ChildrenIf your child has a medical condition that could lead to them being too ill to tell anyone what is happening, and they are at an age where they will not be by your side every minute of every day like you would prefer, what is the best way to still protect your child?

Believe it or not, this question is asked quite a lot to health care professionals across the country. And the answer is: Get them a kid’s medical ID bracelet or necklace. It is one of the simplest ways for you to speak for your child when you/they cannot.

If an emergency does arise, first responders, EMT’s, paramedics, and health care providers all over the nation are trained to check for these medical bracelets. Saving precious time in diagnosing what is happening to your child. Read More…

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A Bracelet which gives life? – Cancer Bracelet

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5-31-12-cancerHello Friends, this is Jon, owner of My Identity Doctor. It’s been few days that I have received a testimonial from one of my client, he is grateful on having our one of the pre-engraved medical bracelet (cancer bracelet) and the way it has helped help to overcome a difficult situation and get proper treatment. Here is what he has to explain:

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The magic of Jewelry that can save your life

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braceletThe fast lifestyle of the people in this enlightened era makes people less attentive towards their health. While the world is moving along with cutting edge technology various new innovations have struck the medical world. One such great idea that has been translated to work is the medical identification tags which are composed of medical bracelets, medical alert necklaces and the id bracelets. These are of great use especially people suffering from an emergency need for health care. Read More…

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Traveling Safe with Medical ID Bracelets – Stylish and Lifesaving

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traveling with braceletMedical personnel rarely have the luxury of knowing the person they are trying to save – so they have no idea how any one patient is going to react to a particular treatment or medication. It’s not just the paramedics, although they would be the ones most often forced to deal with the unknown in such circumstances. Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and even the average passersby may be in a situation to help – but without a medical ID it is possible they may end up doing something to make the situation worse – rather than helping. This predicament is made more dire when the injured or sick party is unable to respond to questions due to being incapacitated. Read More…

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Do you have Alzheimer’s? You should definitely have Alzheimer’s bracelet.

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alzheimerIf you know someone who suffers with Alzheimer’s, or you yourself are an Alzheimer’s sufferer, then you know the severity of the condition, and how it changes an individual’s life.Life is dangerous enough for people who do not suffer from this condition, but Alzheimer sufferers lives are even more dangerous due to the fact that they tend to forget things quite a lot, some of these things can be miniscule things that will not affect their life, but sometimes a sufferer can forget something major that will put them in even more difficult situation, especially if the people around them do not know that you/ they have Alzheimer’s. Read More…

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