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Monday, April 20 2020
Covid-19 Update to our customers..
It’s become clear that our world is facing an unprecedented challenge like none we have seen before.W hwere at Medical ID Stor e are deeply concerned as we know you are as well, and we are doing what we can to help keep our communities and our families healthy and safe.
We appreciate your loyalty, and we take our responsibility to our customers and employees very seriously.


We have introdiced rigorous additional cleaning procedures at our facilities for employees to use.
We are working around the clock in different shifts to ensure our customers have access to the products the need and to keep our employess at the proper distances as stated by the CDC. Some are working remotely.
We are taking the extra steps to help protect our staff. 
You, Our customers, are what made us today. We understand this time is difficult for all. We are still open and are running on a different schedule with staff, please bear with us during this time.
We are all in this togther,,, stay safe..
Medical ID Store



Posted by: Medical ID Store AT 04:37 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Monday, February 24 2020

What is Adrenal Insufficiency?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Adrenal insufficiency is a condition in which the adrenal glands do not produce adequate amounts of steroid hormones, primarily cortisol; but may also include impaired production of aldosterone (a mineralocorticoid), which regulates sodium conservation, potassium secretion, and water retention.[1][2] Craving for salt or salty foods due to the urinary losses of sodium is common.[3]

Addison's disease and congenital adrenal hyperplasia can manifest as adrenal insufficiency. If not treated, adrenal insufficiency may result in abdominal pains, vomiting, muscle weakness and fatigue, depression, low blood pressure, weight loss, kidney failure, changes in mood and personality, and shock (adrenal crisis).[4] An adrenal crisis may occur if the body is subjected to stress, such as an accident, injury, surgery, or severe infection; death may quickly follow.[4]

Adrenal insufficiency can also occur when the hypothalamus or the pituitary gland does not make adequate amounts of the hormones that assist in regulating adrenal function.[1][5][6] This is called secondary or tertiary adrenal insufficiency and is caused by lack of production of ACTH in the pituitary or lack of CRH in the hypothalamus, respectively.


A Medical Id Alert For Adrenal Insufficiency Addisons Disease Can save your life.

Those with adrenal insufficiency, medical ID Alert Bracelet or Necklace is a MUST have. In the event of  an emergency, whether it is caused by your condition or not, EMTs need to know your diagnosis and treatment regimen so they may provide the most appropriate assistance without offering you any medications or treatments that are contraindicated.If you have adrenal insufficiency, wearing medical ID jewelry is imperative. We recommend listing your name, diagnosis(es), any medications, all allergies, and emergency contact numbers.


Posted by: Medical Id Store AT 02:01 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Thursday, January 10 2019

Its time to update and check those medicines to make sure they are up to date and not expired.

Update that medical id bracelet or necklace also. Go through medications and all that are expired turn into your pharmacy or medication center that accepst old and unneeded medicines.

If you need to dispose of them at home, here are a few ideas

If you have a cat, scoop the litter box and place in bag, take medicine and place in dirt litter, poor some water over top and tie it up and toss in trash.

You can do the same thing with a solied baby diaper and also old coffee grounds..


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Posted by: Medical Id Store AT 08:16 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Saturday, November 17 2018

This is a great article post by with permission I am able to share this with my wonderful clients and future clients.

In 2015 9,4 % of the American population had diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. That is 30 million people with diabetes and the organisation also reported that 84,1 million Americans had prediabetes, meaning they have elevated blood glucose levels, but not high enough to be considered diabetic. 1,5 million Americans are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes every year and diabetes is the 7th leading cause of death in America. Type 2 diabetics make up the majority of people with diabetes. Furthermore, an estimated 415 million people worldwide had been diagnosed with diabetes.

The signs of having diabetes can be various and the consequences can plentiful. Diabetes is an illness that can be debilitating, lower your life quality, and even have fatal consequences as a result of the additional diseases and conditions you can develop if your diabetes is not managed properly – but did you know, that diabetes be managed through your diet?


You Are What You Eat

The food you consume and the fluids you ingest impact your body in numerous ways. Sugar of one kind or another are present in most foods, in varying amounts. This sugar, be it sucrose, fructose, or galactose, needs to be separated from the food in order to be broken down and used by the body. This happens with the help of insulin. In short, insulin is a pancreatic hormone that transports sugar from food into the body’s cells to be used for fuel when needed. The body’s resistance to insulin is measured by its ability to remove glucose (sugar) from the blood and thereby maintaining stable blood glucose levels.

Diabetes is a medical condition that occurs when your body is unable to produce enough insulin to regulate the blood glucose levels, or if your body cannot use its produced insulin efficiently enough. This causes the sugar to stay in the blood stream instead of entering the cells, thus resulting in high blood glucose levels.

There are three types of diabetes: Type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is a genetic, auto-immune disease where the body turns on itself, instructing the immune system to falsely deactivate the pancreas rendering it unable to produce insulin. This type of diabetes usually runs in the family and cannot be prevented or modified with diet or exercise, although a healthy diet is recommended to help prevent additional illnesses that often occur in the wake of diabetes. People with type 1 diabetes depend on daily insulin injections or an insulin pump to help their body turn glucose into energy.

Type 2 diabetes is usually caused by lifestyle choices and circumstances. While you are definitely at a greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes if there is a family history of diabetes, the risk greatly increases if you are overweight or obese, physically inactive, or aging. These risk factors mean that where there used to be a prevalence of older people getting type 2 diabetes due to aging, now there is a surge in diabetes in children and teenagers due to poor dietary choices and an inactive lifestyle.

Certain ethnic groups, such as Pacific Islanders, Indians, Native Americans, and Mexican Americans are also at a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Type 2 diabetes is a progressive illness and the treatment is dependent on the stage at which it is diagnosed. Symptoms include pronounced dizziness, an involuntary increase in weight, a constant feeling of hunger and thirst, frequent urination, headaches, and mood swings. While there is no cure for diabetes, preventative measures can be taken if you are diagnosed as prediabetic, and there are multiple steps you can take to manage it after being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.

The last type of diabetes is gestational diabetes, which can occur during pregnancy. Pregnant women are especially vulnerable to the condition if they have a family history of diabetes, are overweight, if they are over the age of thirty, or if they have experienced gestational diabetes in previous pregnancies. The condition rarely requires insulin treatment and can usually be managed with diet. Most often gestational diabetes disappears again after birth.


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Posted by: Medical Id Store AT 06:11 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Thursday, October 25 2018

Colds tend to go away in 2 weeks or less. Allergies stick around longer. “It’s not going to be 3 days and you’re done,” McMorris says.

Nasal Allergies can hang around for much of the year, especially in the plant-growing months, if you’re allergic to some kind of pollen.

If you have this type of allergy, do away with indoor plants.

Your child could  be allergic to something that is indoors, such as dust mites, pet dander, indoor mold or cockroaches. Those are year-round triggers.

If you or your child are allergic to pollen, you may get a break during the winter cold months, however if you have indoor allergies you may notice symptoms more during the cold weather when you spend time inside.

Make sure you speak with your Doctor if you start noticing any winter symptoms.

Be sure to update you medical id alert bracelet with medical id store.


Posted by: Medical Id Store AT 05:56 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Tuesday, October 16 2018

Its that time of the year for fall seasonal allergies.

I know fall seems to be the worse for us here. We keep medicines handy, dont open windows a lot and we dust and wash constanlty.

Hope these tips help you all, and update that medical id

Posted by: AT 05:42 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Wednesday, September 12 2018

During this Hurricane season and upcoming yes upcoming winter weather keep your loved ones safe. Make sure to have their medical alert on them, as well as get all medications together in a waterproof container.

Also you can take a sharpie and write on your childs arm to have extra protection.

The same goes for your pets also.

Make sure to have their tags on them, a collar, microchip info updated and also write on their bellies your information in sharpie.

Lets safe safe and keep those loved ones safe..

Update your medical information, wear those medical id alerts



Posted by: medical id store AT 06:37 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Thursday, July 12 2018

Well it is just about that time of the year agian to get our kids back to school and as the time is near we must remeber safety for our kids while away from home at school, daycare, the sitters, etc.

We must make sure they have their epi pens, medical id alert bracelets, any medicines for school.

So now is the time to get their medical bracelet information updated.

Make a list for school nurses and teachers if your child has allergies. Make sure they have a sign posted at the classroom door also.

Lets keep out children safe.

Update with the school your work numbers, emergency contact numbers, doctor numbers and a list of procedures to do in case of an emergency.



Posted by: MEDICAL ID STORE AT 09:49 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Friday, March 04 2016

With spring just around the corner, the bees will ne out buzzing as well as all the other bugs, pollens, and stuff that effect your child and family members.

Lets make sure they are safe.

Check your Medical Id alert and make sure it is updated

Check that Epi-Pen and get new ones and have them readily available in the event of an emergency.

For those with babies, toddlers, etc in car seats, make sure you have something visable in the event of an emergency to let everyone know of your childs medical condition.

Medical Id Store wants to make sure that you and your loved ones are safe.


Posted by: Medical Id Store AT 09:43 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Tuesday, November 24 2015

Do you , your kids, or family members have a food allergy? If so, lets keep them safe during the holiday season.

During the holiday season, there are a lot of foods everywhere and that means DANGER if you have a food allergy. One safe way to help keep your child safe is when you are visting friends and family, let them know before that your child or family member has a food allergy.

Make sure you have your childs Medical id bracelet on them, their epi pen, etc.

One of the safest ways to protect your child is to prepare special foods for your child or family member and take them with you that way you know what your child is eating. Let everyone know NOT to give your child any foods and explain to them about your child or family members allery.

Stay safe and Have a Happy Holiday!


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