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Medical Alert Tattoos - A Good Idea?

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Medical alert bracelets have become the go-to solution for ensuring emergency responders are aware of any chronic medical issues a patient may have. Medical tattoos appear to be a viable solution to medical jewelry’s shortcomings. However, do the benefits outweigh potential pitfalls?

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Medical Alert Tattoos - A Good Idea?

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Medical alert bracelets have become the go-to solution for ensuring emergency responders are aware of any chronic medical issues a patient may have. Medical tattoos appear to be a viable solution to medical jewelry’s shortcomings. However, do the benefits outweigh potential pitfalls?

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Why Medical Alert Devices Work for Kids, Too!

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It is a common misconception that medical alert devices are specifically designed for the elderly. Children are also an age group that can benefit greatly from a device’s assistance in an emergency. 

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Why Medical Alert Devices Work for Kids, Too!

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It is a common misconception that medical alert devices are specifically designed for the elderly. Children are also an age group that can benefit greatly from a device’s assistance in an emergency. 

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Signs Your Loved One is Mishandling Medication - and How to Solve it

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Older age is almost synonymous with chronic health concerns such as arthritis, diabetes, and heart disease. The vast majority of seniors have at least one chronic condition, and most seniors are prescribed a plethora of medications to deal with the effects.

The AARP estimates that the average senior takes four prescription medications per day – This can lead to issues with mixing prescriptions, such as side effects that pose their own health risks.

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Signs Your Loved One is Mishandling Medication - and How to Solve it

Posted by Social Department on

Older age is almost synonymous with chronic health concerns such as arthritis, diabetes, and heart disease. The vast majority of seniors have at least one chronic condition, and most seniors are prescribed a plethora of medications to deal with the effects.

The AARP estimates that the average senior takes four prescription medications per day – This can lead to issues with mixing prescriptions, such as side effects that pose their own health risks.

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When It's Time For Your Parents To Stop Driving

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In the United States, the ability to drive a car means access to limitless freedom, independence, and adventure. Eventually, physical ability, mental health, or other age-related concerns may endanger an elderly driver and others on the road. If you're a caregiver fro your elderly parents, there are certain signs that highlight it is time to restrict driving or prevent your parents from getting behind the wheel altogether.

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When It's Time For Your Parents To Stop Driving

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In the United States, the ability to drive a car means access to limitless freedom, independence, and adventure. Eventually, physical ability, mental health, or other age-related concerns may endanger an elderly driver and others on the road. If you're a caregiver fro your elderly parents, there are certain signs that highlight it is time to restrict driving or prevent your parents from getting behind the wheel altogether.

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How You Can Maintain Your Independence with a Medical Alert Device

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It’s a familiar scenario – older adults that live alone receive a lot of concern from friends and family about their safety.

Medical alert devices are an effective tool to maintain independence and provide peace of mind to family and friends concerned for an older adult’s well-being.

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How You Can Maintain Your Independence with a Medical Alert Device

Posted by Social Department on

It’s a familiar scenario – older adults that live alone receive a lot of concern from friends and family about their safety.

Medical alert devices are an effective tool to maintain independence and provide peace of mind to family and friends concerned for an older adult’s well-being.

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