Identify Yourself ... (Get Your FREE Diabetes Medical Alert Pendant)

MAYS
By MAYS Latest Reply 2011-10-24 22:48:30 -0500
Started 2010-11-24 13:56:47 -0600

The Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation, a non-profit organization, offers free medical alert necklaces to people with diabetes.

On the necklace, which is made of a nickel alloy, is written, “I HAVE DIABETES. PLEASE TEST MY BLOOD BEFORE TREATING ME.”

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Medical identification (ID) helps people with diabetes get the care they need during medical emergencies. This is important for people with diabetes whose blood sugars can change quickly.

For example, when a person’s blood sugar is very low, he/she may be unable to call for help.

Wearing medical ID means medical facts about a person are quickly shared with the health care team.
A medical alert ID is also used by people with other conditions as well, such as heart disease, allergies, dementia, asthma, autism, blood disorders or epilepsy.

Children with special needs or people on a lot of medications or blood thinners sespecially have this type of ID. People with many health problems choose an ID that lists them all.

To get your free diabetes medical alert necklace simply fill out the coupon below:

http://www.diabeteswellness.net/portals/0/fil...

And return it to the Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation™ with a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

Free Diabetes Necklace
Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation™
P.O. Box 96046
Washington DC 20090-6046

For more details about the free diabetes medical alert necklace, contact:

The Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation at 202-298-9211.

(Don't Delay, Your Life May Depend on this)
Send a Self-Addressed, Stamped Envelope To:

Free Diabetes Necklace
Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation
P.O. Box 96046,
Washington, DC 20090-6046

"Identify Yourself"

~Mays~


2 replies

Bee positive
Bee positive 2011-10-24 22:48:30 -0500 Report

This is really nice that you are giving away Diabetes Necklaces, but I am very allergic to any metal but gold. Does anyone know where I can get an inexpensive gold necklace?