Monthly Archives: October 2013

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Lifesaving Jewelry That Every Senior Should Have

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story_29221_29221-xlargeYou are reveling in the fact that you are finally a senior citizen. That means great discounts at all of your favorite restaurants, much better public transportation fair, and quality time with friends, family and grandchildren. If you knew grandchildren were so much fun, you would have had them first! Because you have a great many friends and family who love and care for you, it is important that you take care of yourself first and foremost. Do it for the people you love. Read More…

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Traditional engraving v/s Black engraving

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Many a times it becomes confusing for any individual to decide what type of engraving to be done and how beneficial it might be. And they just end up choosing one without knowing about it much. I am here to explain it to you about traditional engraving as well as black engraving.

Traditional engraving is the oldest type of engraving people have been doing since the beginning of time through carving on the surface. This type of engraving is quite simple. It includes a needle like object that is made of a hard substance to actually scratch the thing. This type of engraving is safe Read More…

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Avoid penicillin allergies with penicillin ID bracelets

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12.4.11 (5)In 1928, Alexander Fleming accidentally left open a petri dish containing Staphylococci culture in his lab.  When he came back the next day, he noticed that some mold was inhibiting the bacteria’s growth.  He dubbed this antibacterial Penicillin.  Little did he know that his fortuitous discovery of the first antibiotic would revolutionize the medical world by giving man the ability to fight back against bacterial infections?

Since the 1940s, Penicillin has been used to treat staphylococci and streptococci infections.  Since then, its use has declined because the Read More…

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A doctor’s glance could save your life

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doctors-can-save-lifeI am very pleased that I have been receiving positive response from our customers. We have just asked our customers to share their experience of having medical bracelets and the way they have been helped by it. We are glad to share the same with our readers. Here is what one of our valuable customers has to say:

This story is a little hard to tell since it involves my friend who almost died when he was 9 years old.  I was 10 years old that time and I remember how we and the rest of the neighborhood kids used to play hide and seek near the creek that was a short distance from our house.  Read More…

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Medical I.D. Bracelets: Beaded Or Steel, Which Is Better?

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medical-braceletAlthough many of us wear medical I.D. bracelets, there are still plenty of other folks out there who should be wearing them as well.  These things are super important.  Should a person have some kind of medical emergency, first responders will have a pretty good idea of what they are working with just by looking at our I.D. bracelet.

The two most common types of medical bracelets are either made of steel or are a beaded type.  There are also some that are gold or sterling silver, but for the most part they are steel or beaded. Read More…

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