Have Pet Allergies? 6 Tips for an Allergy-Free Home

Few things frustrate pet owners more than suffering from pet-related allergies. For many pet owners, getting rid of their furry friend to alleviate allergies is not an option. If you suffer from pet allergies but aren’t willing to give… Read More

Becoming Your Caregiver’s Caregiver: 5 Tips for a Successful Transition

One of the hardest things many people go through is the role reversal that accompanies their aging parents’ loss of mobility, cognition or combination thereof. It can be a struggle to adjust to caring for those who, for… Read More

Staying Stylish with Diabetes Dog Tags

When an emergency strikes, every minute counts, especially for diabetics. Paramedics, nurses and other medical professionals are trained to check for medical alert jewelry when attempting to treat patients who may be unconscious, or simply unresponsive. Wearing diabetes dog… Read More

New AHA Heart Health Guidelines for Women

What was once thought of as a man’s disease, heart disease has taken the lives of more women than cancer, Alzheimer’s disease and accidents combined. Taking preventative measures from is more necessary now than ever due to rising… Read More

Have Metal Allergies? Consider Medical Jewelry Alternatives

Medical alert bracelets and jewelry come in a variety of fun and attractive styles for people with metal allergies. Medical ID jewelry is a special emblem or tag worn to identify someone as having a potentially serious medical… Read More

5 Common Food Allergies in Children

Some reactions children may experience with food allergies are hives, rash, itchiness and difficulty swallowing and breathing. While some reactions are relatively mild, they can become life-threatening in an instant. Medical ID bracelets will alert medics and caregivers… Read More

Asthma Solutions for Spring and Seasonal Asthma

Everyone looks forward to spring, except for people with asthma. For them, springtime does not just mean warmer days and lighter clothing but it also can bring seasonal coughing and asthma attacks. But with some simple precautions, asthmatics… Read More

Medical News of the Week

Diabetes and Major Emergencies: How to Prepare Important items to keep on hand and in your emergency kit when you have diabetes can include the following: extra insulin and syringes or pens, contact numbers for family and close… Read More