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Author Archives: Cheri Bissell
Since summer is here and school is out. Your kids will be in the water, hiking, biking, and out enjoying the great summer weather. We thought it appropriate to spotlight our line of medical id jewelry for children and teens that are designed for active lifestyles. The medical ID bracelets from the teen “sports band” line and the children’s “ultra light” line are great for summertime activities.
The teen line of Sports Band medical ID bracelets are the perfect choice for teen sports. The nylon Velcro sport bands are united with a stainless steel Medical ID Tag. The medical ID tags are removable and interchange easily with any of the nylon Velcro sport bands all of which are waterproof.
Another option is the Children's Ultra Light Medical ID Sport Bands, which will fit up to a 7” wrist and attach with a center push plastic buckle. The Ultra Lights are offered in a multitude of webbing designs. All of the Sports Band and Ultra Light medical ID jewelry bracelets are waterproof, secure and adjustable. Continue reading
Many of our customers at N-Style ID have Sickle Cell Anemia. Due to their rare blood disorder they are advised to wear medical id jewelry as well as a medical ID card detailing the key information related to their type of Sickle Cell Disease. As today is World Sickle Cell Day, we thought it appropriate to provide an overview of the Nation’s World Health Organization’s efforts to address the health threat of Sickle Cell Diseases. Continue reading
This April marks the 43rd annual National Autism Awareness Month, which has been kicked off by the World Autism Day every April 2 since 2007.
As we celebrate autism awareness issues this month, its important to understand some key statistics about the state of autism in 2013:
- Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disability with a 1,148% growth rate.
- Every 11 minutes, a child is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.
- 1 in 88 children in the United States is on the autism spectrum; 1 in 54 boys.
- 1 percent of the population of children in the U.S. ages 3-17 have an autism spectrum disorder.
- Prevalence is estimated at 1 in 88 births.
- 1.5 million Americans live with an autism spectrum disorder.
The Autism Awareness Month kicked off with the World Autism Awareness Day. World Autism Awareness Day is one of only three official health-related United Nations Days with the goal of bringing the world's attention to autism.
Fun Alternative Easter Basket and Easter Egg Treats for Children with Food Allergies or Diabetes That Wear Medical ID Bracelets
If your child has food allergies or diabetes, we know that putting together Easter baskets and Easter egg hunts requires some creative thinking because your child may not be able to tolerate the traditionally high-sugar and often-times allergy filled treats that accompany Easter time. Many parents opt to find a variety of options besides chocolate and sugar candy to make the Easter holiday fun for their children despite being deprived of the sugary-treats.
With the holiday just around the corner and a large selection of our Children’s medical ID Bracelets on sale, we thought we’d share some fun and affordable alternatives to stuff Easter baskets and eggs.
Precautions for Managing Your Child’s Food Allergies at School, Including Wearing Medical ID Jewelry
Preparing to send a child to school with food allergies is a scary and sometimes overwhelming venture. The goal is to try to control your child’s environment as best as possible. In this article, we summarize key precautionary steps you can take to have influence over the school environment. It’s worth noting, that while reviewing other blogs on the subject, we’re struck that a majority leave out the explicit importance of adding medical ID jewelry to your child’s food allergy safety plan.