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Conditions a Medical Alert Bracelet Might Indicate a Customer Has

by: ROAD iD Staff

It’s not easy to live with a medical condition. But the purpose of life is to continue moving, no matter the conditio...
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3 Ways a Custom Medical Alert Bracelet Could Save Your Life

by: ROAD iD Staff

Chronic illnesses aren’t easy to live with. The stress alone can be a major blight on many people’s lives, wearing th...
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A Buyer's Guide: 8 Stylish Medical Alert Bracelets for Men

by: ROAD iD Staff

  When you think of medical alert bracelets and tools, you may think of the geriatric – the old woman who’s fallen a...

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Here Are 5 Reasons for Wearing a Medical ID Tag

by: ROAD iD Staff

Life happens. Whether you’re an endurance athlete or someone living with a chronic illness, a medical emergency can s...
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The Importance of Having a Medical Alert Bracelet for Seizures

by: ROAD iD Staff

Source: Tero Vesalainen/Shutterstock Living with epilepsy comes with its own special challenges. However, if you feel...
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4 Benefits of Having a Diabetes Medical Bracelet

by: ROAD iD Staff

Source: LightField Studios/Shutterstock Living with diabetes is no easy task. It provides even the best of us with ch...

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How Important Are Medical Alert Bracelets for Kids?

by: ROAD iD Staff

Source: alexei_tm/Shutterstock The life of a child with illness and medical conditions can be difficult. That’s not t...
5 Ways Medical Alert Bracelets Can Assist Your Child with Diabetes

5 Ways Medical Alert Bracelets Can Assist Your Child with Diabetes

by: ROAD iD Staff

Source: Africa Studio/Shutterstock Type 1 and 2 diabetes in children can be difficult to manage. If you have a hypera...
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How to Show Support for Alzheimer's Patients

by: ROAD iD Staff

Source: LightField Studios/Shutterstock Caring for a patient with Alzheimer’s is not easy. The effects of the disease...

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15 Stimulating Activities for Seniors with Limited Mobility

by: ROAD iD Staff

As some will say, the best years begin after we hit 50 years old. Is it true, though? One of the greatest worries yo...
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How Are Medical Alert Systems Helpful for Seniors?

by: ROAD iD Staff

Source: Prostock-studio/Shutterstock Caring for a senior family member is essential. They surely committed a great de...
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4 Ways You Can Manage Your Asthma with a Medical Alert Bracelet

by: ROAD iD Staff

Source: bydvvid/Shutterstock Asthma can be difficult to manage, no matter how long you’ve been living with it. As muc...

How to Deal with Dementia in a Family Member

How to Deal with Dementia in a Family Member

by: ROAD iD Staff

Source: fizkes/Shutterstock It’s not easy to watch a family member age. You’re expected to take care of them, and man...
6 Benefits of Having an Engravable Medical Alert Bracelet

6 Benefits of Having an Engravable Medical Alert Bracelet

by: ROAD iD Staff

It’s not easy living with a chronic medical condition. But there are some simple ways to alleviate stress surrounding...
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The Ultimate Guide to Senior Fitness and Tips for Staying Safe

by: Visiture LLC

We all get older. Time passes on and our bodies remind us year after year. Where you were once spry, flexible and re...

A Buyer's Guide How to Choose a Medical Alert Bracelet for Epilepsy

A Buyer's Guide: How to Choose a Medical Alert Bracelet for Epilepsy

by: ROAD iD Staff

Source: WindNight/Shutterstock Living with epilepsy is not easy. One issue that many people struggle with is the soci...
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What Medical Conditions Require a Medical Alert Bracelet?

by: ROAD iD Staff

Living with a medical condition is no small feat. Whether it’s a minor condition or a chronic illness, it’s a medical...
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How to Choose a Medical Bracelet for Autism

by: ROAD iD Staff

Source: SewCream/Shutterstock  In 2016, one in 54 children in the U.S. was diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder...

Allergies in Children: 7 Ways to Prevent Allergic Reactions

Allergies in Children: 7 Ways to Prevent Allergic Reactions

by: ROAD iD Staff

 Source: Adriaticfoto/Shutterstock As a parent, finding out your child has an allergy can feel devastating. But aller...
Common Abbreviations for Medical Alert Bracelets

Common Abbreviations for Medical Alert Bracelets

by: ROAD iD Staff

 Source: Robert Kneschke/Shutterstock Medical alert bracelets are one of the best ways for people living with medical...
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A Buyer's Guide: Choosing a Medical Alert Bracelet for Elderly Friends and Family

by: ROAD iD Staff

Aging is a part of life, as unfortunate as it is. The effects of aging are gradual, whether it’s watching wrinkles a...

Exercise for Diabetics – Tips for Safe Workout

Exercise for Diabetics – 4 Tips for a Safe Workout

by: ROAD iD Staff

Source: goffkein.pro/Shutterstock As of 2018, 10.5 percent of the American population lives with diabetes. If you’re ...
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Medical Alert Bracelets for Diabetes: Everything You Need to Know

by: ROAD iD Staff

Source: Kateryna Novikova/Shutterstock.com If you’re part of the 10.5 percent of Americans who have diabetes, you kno...
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A Buyer's Guide: 6 Stylish Medical Alert Bracelets to Choose From

by: ROAD iD Staff

Thinking of adding a medical alert bracelet to your daily ensemble? You might be surprised to discover that medical a...

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A Helpful Guide: How to Get a Medical Alert Bracelet

by: ROAD iD Staff

Stretch Medical ID Whether you’re a senior citizen, an athlete who loves to push yourself to the limit or both, a med...
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What is a Medical Alert Bracelet?

by: Kara Foxx

As an athlete or adventurer, you know there are times when the path throws challenging things your way, from limit-pu...