Surviving the Holidays with Diabetes

Parties can pose a challenge for people with diabetes. Celebrations like birthdays, anniversaries, and the holidays present a minefield of situations to navigate.  Without a little preplanning, you risk throwing your diabetes off course and sending a joyous occasion into a healthcare calamity. Holidays • New Years: You may need…

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Give the Gift of Peace of Mind this year with Medical ID under $30!

American Medical ID now has a special gift ideas page where every product is under $30, engraving is absolutely free, and, if you order now, will be delivered in time for Christmas! Who should wear a medical ID? If you have ongoing medical conditions, drug or food allergies, or are…

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Meet Buckshot Bob, the Type 1 Diabetes Medical ID Bracelet for Kids

American Medical ID is now offering an adorable and functional medical ID bracelet for young children with type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes in children is a condition in which your child’s pancreas no longer produces the insulin your child needs to survive, and you’ll need to replace the missing…

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November is American Diabetes Month

American Medical ID is a proud partner of the American Diabetes Association and supports the effort of American Diabetes Month to raise awareness of diabetes as a growing concern in the world. American Diabetes Month 2013 One of the American Diabetes Association’s primary objectives is to raise awareness and understanding…

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Do You Know About MyIHR?

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My Interactive Health Record, or MyIHR is a secure online portal for storing all your health and medical information. It’s your filing system, medicine cabinet, and health address book. MyIHR solves the problem of having your medical information all over the place, especially during an emergency when first responders or…

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Should you be Wearing a Medical ID Bracelet at Work?

should i be wearing a medical ID bracelet at work?

Updated June 2015 One of the most well-known reasons for wearing a medical ID bracelet or necklace is so that a first-responder can have critical information during an emergency. We’ve said it and you’ve heard it before: a medical ID can speak for you when you can’t. But what about…

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