Each year, our MedicAlert family continues to join in on the holiday festivities while working together to save lives worldwide. As the holiday season commences with Halloween; we have come to understand the importance of joining in the holiday fun with those we spend time with most…our co-workers.
MedicAlert is flaunting our holiday spirit with costumes of all styles. On Halloween morning; our staff members walked proudly through the doors disguised as action figures, athletes, Pac-Men, clowns, bats, and more!
Prevent your family from ‘falling back’ from their physical activity routine with the time change approaching. Soon, our days will seem shorter as nightfall sets in on our drive home from work; making it easier to fall into a hibernating evening routine.
If we want to feel more energized and perhaps even live longer; consistent exercise is a must. Regardless of age or physical ability, we all can benefit from any form of physical exercise.
Our team of support specialists here at MedicAlert Foundation are available 24/7, to ensure you and your loved ones receive exceptional medical care and treatment during an emergency. Your medical ID has a personalized engraving that is specific to any underlying medical conditions; including known food and/or medication allergies
7-year old Alissa is an outgoing, active, and loving child. “She’s always been my little dare devil, never showing fear of anything. From the time she could walk, Alissa was getting into everything, curious and always on the move,” says Alissa’s mother Cathy.
Although she’s an independent and adventurous little girl; Alissa had a severe incident when she was just 2 years old that made her forever terrified of peanut butter.
How do your kids typically answer the question, “What is one of your favorite holidays?” I think many of us parents can agree their most common response is all too often HALLOWEEN!
Our children’s favorite Halloween memories are created each year from traditional Halloween fun, including: visits to haunted houses, corn mazes, carving pumpkins, costume parties, trick-or-treating with their neighborhood friends, and of course-counting their plentiful candy stashes at the night’s end.
“I knew at just a few weeks of age when he was asleep beside me, that something was not right with Kason’s breathing,” says mother Jamie. 3 months later, Kason was diagnosed with Mild persistent asthma.
Try these quick and healthy meals your family can enjoy after a crazy day of work, school, practices, and homework assignments. Ensure some quality family time around the dinner table before another busy day begins with a few of these simple recipes.
● According to the American Diabetes Association®, diabetes causes more deaths per year then breast cancer and AIDS combined. Today, 25 million Americans (1 in 12) are affected by diabetes. If health trends continue, this number could increase to (1 in 3) over the next few decades.