Recycling Your Medical ID Bracelet – Is it Time?

Being safe and saving the earth? It’s possible! For those of you that wear medical ID bracelets, you know how important it can be to keep them in good shape. Even with the most dedicated care, they can… Read More

Exercising Outdoors? Stay Safe with Medical ID Jewelry

Exercise is an important part of staying healthy, and you should also try finding a place to work out outdoors periodically. Not only is the fresh air great for your body, but the change of scenery might motivate… Read More

Avoid Food Allergy Mishaps with a Medical ID Bracelet

Food allergies cause a variety of symptoms in children and adults alike. However, these allergies can be especially frightening for kids because the food allergy might be discovered at school, daycare or somewhere else that is not under… Read More

How to Get Reimbursed for a Medical ID Bracelet

If you have any number of health issues that can require immediate medical attention or specialized care, you may already be aware of the benefits of a medical ID bracelet.  Here are some primary examples of people who… Read More

Mother’s Day Medical ID Bracelets – The Perfect Gift

A Mother’s Day gift can be both attractive and practical. When it is both, it shows thoughtfulness that any mother will appreciate. Nothing is more practical and thoughtful than helping your mother stay safe. Medical ID bracelets are… Read More

American Medical ID Affiliate Program Changes

We’re pleased to announce that American Medical ID is switching our Affiliate Program to the HasOffers network. Why Should I Promote American Medical ID? Becoming an American Medical ID Online Affiliate can put easy money in your wallet… Read More

Dangers of Dementia: Wandering

Dementia is common in elderly people, and if you are responsible for taking care of an aging parent with signs of dementia, it is important to be proactive against the dangers associated with this disease. One of the… Read More

Safety Concerns for Children with Autism

We’ve all heard of stranger danger and the importance of looking both ways before crossing the street, but children with Autism bring a whole new pool of safety concerns into the mix. If you see signs that your… Read More

National Autism Awareness Month

April is National Autism Awareness Month! Since the 1970s, the United States has recognized this month in honor of those who are affected by Autism to educate the public and raise awareness. Autism affects about one in 110… Read More

Keep Your Special Needs Child Safe with a Medical ID Bracelet

When parents are confronted with the reality that their child has a medical condition, such as early-onset diabetes or autism, often the first reaction is to worry. Some may wonder how their child can live a normal life… Read More