MedicAlert continues to invest in the exceptional treatment and safety of our customers by properly educating both emergency responders and medical professionals to immediately look for a patient’s personalized medical ID.
Training law enforcement officials and EMT professionals to look for MedicAlert medical IDs helps avoid potential medical errors and saves thousands of lives each year.
When kids spend too much time snacking on the couch, and not enough time busy on their feet and eating right, the chances of developing cardiovascular disease at an early age greatly increases. Take measures now to ensure your child does not become a couch potato after school, on the weekends, and during holiday vacations.
Is it a coincidence that Valentine’s Day is celebrated during the same month as both National Heart Month, and National Wear Red Day? Probably not, but all three can be recognized as having one major commonality- conveying love.
Millions of Americans spend Valentine’s Day expressing acts of love to our special someone(s). National Heart Month is a reminder to ask if we are also showing ourselves the love.
Children’s Dental Health Month reminds parents that keeping our child’s smile healthy begins with us.
Showing and encouraging our children to develop healthy brushing habits in their earliest years can play a significant role in their ongoing dental health as they progress into adolescence and adulthood.
In the event of an emergency, will your wishes be known and honored? Will your loved ones be prepared to make decisions on your behalf if and when the time comes? Will your loved ones know where to find a copy of your advance directives?
This New Year's, make your health a priority. Yes, exercise and healthy eating are great goals, but something you may not have thought of – how do I also protect my health during an emergency? MedicAlert’s dedicated team of trained specialist works 24/7 to ensure your health information is made available in the event of an emergency; this ensures you receive proper treatment and care and helps to avoid potential medical errors.