Monthly Archives: December 2014

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Useful Tips : Diabetes Medical Bracelets for Children

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Kids medical braceletThe reason we have ID bracelets for diabetes sufferers is that the medical professionals can readily and quickly identify key information about the condition of a patient in the event of an accident. Read More…

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Tips for Having a Safe and Fun New Year’s Eve

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safe new years eveThe holiday season is in full swing, and New Year’s Eve will be here before we know it. That’s why you should start thinking about ways you can have a safe and fun new year’s eve, without having to worry about any allergies or medical conditions you may have.

The key things to remember are to take precautions to avoid any mishaps, and remember to wear your medical ID jewelry—this may be a necklace or a medical bracelet, whichever you prefer. New Year’s Eve should be fun for everyone, so follow these tips to have a safe and fun New Year’s Eve.

Plan Ahead Before Going Out Read More…

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Top 5 Recipes for a Healthy Christmas

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Christmas is right around the corner and for many of us that means friends, family and FOOD. The holidays are often a time of bountiful feasts and consequently over-eating. Well today we’re gonna outline the top 5 healthy Christmas recipes so you don’t have to feel guilty about going back for seconds!

Winter Greens Salad

A winter salad can be a great way to kick off the meal while keeping it light. Greens like radicchio and escarole are high in fiber and antioxidants, which will fill you up and keep your hunger at bay Read More…

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How to Ensure Allergy free Winter Holidays

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Allergy free Winter HolidaysThe winter holidays are almost here with us. While most people do not think of allergies when shopping for their holidays, winters can be one of the most challenging seasons for people with allergies. Allergies are caused by reaction of the immune system to allergen. The reason why there are many allergies in winter is because in winter, we are more confined indoors. This leaves us susceptible to indoor allergens such as mold, dust mites and pet dander. Here are some of the things you can do to eliminate allergies during winter holidays. Read More…

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Combat Holiday Stress in these Five Ways

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Combat Holiday Stress in these Five WaysLife inspires us constantly to push the brain and emotional limits. The result is that we face all kinds of pressures that become sources of stress. However it is up to us to tame. Read More…

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