American Medical ID and the American Diabetes Association are Working Together to Stop Diabetes®

Stop Diabetes® Medical ID Bracelet to Raise Money for Diabetes Research  American Medical ID, the leading producer of medical alert jewelry in the United States, has announced a collaboration with the American Diabetes Association for the Stop Diabetes®… Read More

American Medical ID Announces Partnership with One Call Alert

American Medical ID partners with One Call Alert to provide high quality medical alert monitoring and additional peace of mind to thousands across the nation. American Medical ID has long provided its customers with peace of mind by… Read More

American Medical ID Partners with MedSimple™ during American Diabetes Month

Are you hearing more about diabetes in the news and online this month? This is American Diabetes Month® when the American Diabetes Association joins with concerned groups around the nation to raise awareness of this ever-growing disease. Sharing… Read More

Living with Hemophilia: Medical ID

Hemophilia is a group of hereditary genetic disorders that impair the body’s ability to control blood clotting or coagulation, which is used to stop bleeding when a blood vessel is broken. Symptoms vary with severity. In general symptoms are internal or external bleeding… Read More

Medical IDs Featured on Recent Episode of The Doctors

The Emmy Award-winning show “The Doctors” featured products by American Medical ID as part of their “Top 4 Ways to Prevent Medical Mistakes” episode.  You can view the video here. First airing in 2008,”The Doctors” has been touted… Read More

American Medical ID Donates Portion of Sales to American Red Cross

  American Medical ID celebrated National Red Cross month in March by donating 5% of select purchases for a total of $300. March is Red Cross Month, a time to remind everyone of the work of the American… Read More

American Medical IDs Now Offered in Over 17,000 Pharmacies

A child having a severe allergic reaction to peanut butter in the classroom, a diabetic whose blood sugar drops and becomes confused or passes out, a heart patient taking Coumadin who has just been in an automobile accident;… Read More

Tips for Preventing Falls for Older Adults

Each year, about 10,000 seniors die from injuries sustained in a fall. Additionally, one in three Americans over age 65 years experiences a fall each year. As an individual ages, the body experiences changes in vision, balance, bone… Read More

Closely Spaced Pregnancies Increase Risk for Autism

In 2006, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that one in roughly 111 children from certain testing sites across America have a form of autism. This includes classic autism, pervasive development disorder and Asperger’s syndrome…. Read More

New Genetic Risk Factors of Alzheimer’s Disease

For those of you unfamiliar with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), it is a neurological or brain disorder that destroys memory and thinking ability. Eventually, the disease progresses to the point that a person can’t carry out basic, everyday tasks…. Read More