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Living with diabetes requires vigilance. Monitoring your condition daily and taking medications prescribed by your doctor are both vital to your health. Even with proper management, medical situations or emergencies are still possible. Medical ID bracelets can come in handy during times of crisis, especially if you aren’t able to direct the person caring for you. A medical ID bracelet often does double duty. Not only can they be fashionable pieces of jewelry, but they also contain information about your condition and your emergency contact information. In some instances, wearing this simple accessory can mean the difference between immediate care...

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There are various types of medical ID available. The most common form of medical ID is jewelry which provides a logo or inscription indicating a particular medical condition. These medical identification tags can be made out of stainless steel (usually classified as 316L and known as surgical stainless steel), sterling silver or gold. If found by emergency personnel the inscription provides an indication of your special medical needs. Tags are available with pre-engraved conditions or can be custom engraved with your specific medical histories and have the benefit of that all information is self-contained and does not require any form of technology...

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People with certain medical conditions wear medical IDs to alert emergency medical professionals in an emergency. The following are good reasons to wear a medical ID: Food, Drug or Insect allergies Cardiac problems (angina,arrhythmias,atrial fibrillation,pacemakers) Pulmonary Conditions(Asthma/COPD) Kidney Failure Diabetes, blood disorders Alzheimer's/Memory Impairment Blood thinners/ Anticoagulants (Coumadin/Warfarin) Emphysema/Breathing disorders Rare diseases Epilepsy/Seizure disorder Hearing, sight or mentally impaired Surgery, transplant and cancer patients Clinical trial participants Special needs children Hypertension Stroke risk Sickle Cell Anemia People taking multiple medicines Anemia Tourette Syndrome Some order medical IDs engraved with their blood type, online health records and contact information.    ...

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The Importance of Medical ID Bracelets Medical ID bracelets and other forms of medical identification jewelry literally save lives every day in the United States and around the world. It’s amazing how valuable a simple bracelet, necklace or charm can be when it comes to the health and well-being of you or someone you love.   Millions of Americans live with health conditions that can suddenly render them unconscious or otherwise unable to communicate clearly. When that happens, the victim can’t effectively relay relevant medical information to first responders. And if a loved one familiar with your health condition isn’t present,...

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How to clean jewellery with baking soda ?

 

Cleaning jewellery can be difficult sometimes if not done correctly and cause your precious stones to fall off. Cleaning jewellery is more of an art rather than pouring somechemicals together and just dipping the item and brushing it.. we can use baking soda, lemon juice, hot water, soft brisle brush and gentle strokes and voyalla.. your jewellery will be clean. 

 

Let me explain it to you step by step 

Srep1 

Take a glass bowl according to the size of your jewellery, 

Step2

Pour Hot Boiling Water in that bowl now put your jewellery in the bowl.

Step3

Now add some baking soda in the bowl (remember first jewellery then baking powder)

Step4

Stir the water for 5-6 times until you feel baking powder is mixed in water 

Step5

Now let the water settle and wait for 10 minutes 

Step6

After 10minutes get your jewellery out of the bowl and use soft brisle brush to clean it gently (gentle strokes will do the work for you )

Step6

After brushing use clean cotton cloth to wipe all water and baking soda.

Voyalla your jewellery will be clean

For silver Jewellery we have a product which we use often to remove tarnish and oxidization 

 

 

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