National Pharmacist Day 2018: 5 Things Your Pharmacist Can Do For You

January 12 is National Pharmacist Day and it’s a good opportunity for everyone to show appreciation to all pharmacists in the health community. This day also celebrates the expansive role that pharmacists have today that go beyond dispensing medication. Alex Evans, PharmD, CGP who works in a community pharmacy in…

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Holiday & Travel Safety with Medical IDs

The holiday season is among the busiest travel periods of the year.  A breaking number of 107.3 million Americans are expected to travel from December 23 in time for Christmas and to January 1 to spend New Year’s Day with family and friends. Whether you’re traveling by car or plane,…

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Giving Tuesday: Shop Medical IDs and Make a Difference!

Every year, American Medical ID supports different organizations on Giving Tuesday. We are proud and honored to partner this year with The Marfan Foundation to help support children who are living with Marfan syndrome. Giving Tuesday is a global movement created by communities in all 50 states and countries around…

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Dispelling 5 Epilepsy Myths for November Epilepsy Awareness Month

November is Epilepsy Awareness Month. It’s a chance for everyone to raise awareness and show support for friends and loved ones who bravely manage their epilepsy each day. Take some time to read epilepsy facts to dispel the stigma attached to this serious medical condition. Epilepsy is a neurological condition…

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Veterans Day 2017: Learn About the Veterans Medical ID Benefit

November 11, Veterans Day is set aside to honor more than 18 million of our country’s military Veterans. Veterans Day was first recognized in 1919 following World War I to pay respect to the men and women who fought for our freedom. Veterans Day has unique significance to all of…

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Congenital Heart Disease and the Need for Medical IDs

Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) is a problem with the structure and function of the heart, present at birth. CHD affects 1 in every 100 babies born each year; there are currently more than 2 million children and adults living with CHD in the United States. Despite being the number one…

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