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Home accidents are just an inevitable part of life. Slips, trips, falls, and cuts will happen, and yet many everyday activities, like eating dinner or cleaning, may cause serious injury or create a life-threatening situation.
Here is a list of the five most common accidents that happen at home, including tips on how you can prevent them: Continue reading
Sunday, September 13, 2015 is National Grandparents Day—a day to honor beloved grandmas and grandpas in the United States. This special day provides children and loved ones the opportunity to show their appreciation for the love, strength, and guidance grandparents give every day. N-Style ID strives to focus on the senior community with a variety of medical id options to help keep seniors safe. Continue reading
Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are both known for taking a terrible toll on loved ones, families and caregivers. Although the two terms are often used interchangeably, they are not the same medical condition.
Typically associated with cognitive decline due to aging, dementia is a “catch-all” term used to describe a diverse set of symptoms that include impaired thinking and memory. Alzheimer’s is actually a common cause of dementia, but it is not the only one. Others include Huntington’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease and Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease. Continue reading
Whether type 1 or type 2, diabetes can be a debilitating disease – if you let it. With proper medication and a healthy lifestyle, most diabetics can go on to live normal lives and accomplish great things. Just look at some of the musicians, entertainers, politicians and athletes who have overcome their diabetes to enjoy highly successful careers. Continue reading
Hemophilia is a hereditary, lifelong bleeding disorder that can result in prolonged bleeding into muscles or joints. It typically produces problems with blood clotting, and may cause hemophiliacs to bleed longer than normal, even with minor injuries. Here are 10 things you need to know about the disease and its effects on those who have it.
1. Hemophilia is very rare, and is more prevalent in males than females. Continue reading