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  • StickyJ Medical ID
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  • StickyJ Medical ID 10801 Endeavour Way #B Seminole, FL 33777

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StickyJ Medical ID and sister company Thoughtful Impressions have been family owned and operated for more than 21 years. The company is led by CEO Lori Torman, who has an eye for great quality and classic styles. In the early days of medical id bracelets (we're talking 1960's), medical alert bracelets were pretty boring -- basically engraved metal tags with curb link chains. The same styles were offered for children, just smaller (no wonder kids didn't want to wear them). And, by the end of the 20th century things hadn't improved that much. Lori was among the first to recognize that medical id's could be fashion conscious, and in 2005 launched designs in leather as well as stainless, and introduced polyester kids medical id bracelets that had cute designs. The sport strap line of child medical id's she introduced nearly 20 years ago is still the most popular line of children's medical jewelry on the market today. And, we now produce more than 100 different styles of medical alert bracelets and necklaces for men and women. Our engraved bracelets are individually custom engraved by our team of master engravers, ship within three (M-F) business days from the date you order, and all products come with a 90 warranty against manufacturing defects. Please come and shop with us today. It will be our pleasure to serve you.

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Alert Others to Your Child’s Peanut Allergy

2nd Jun 2022

According to the Mayo Clinic, peanut allergies are common, especially in children, and can be quite serious. Peanut allergy symptoms can vary greatly, from one to child to another, even within the same family. Reactions can be a mild skin irritation — or something more deadly, like an anaphylactic or life-threatening reaction. While your child is home and in your care, exposure to peanuts may be easy to control. But when your child ventures out into the world, particularly when they begin school and start visiting the homes of new friends, the chance for exposure is exponentially increased. Fortunately, there is something you can do to alert others to your child’s condition. A medical alert bracelet can help let others who are in charge of your child know that he or she has a peanut allergy. This may help your child to avoid being exposed to the harmful allergy stimulant, in some cases. In those cases where exposure occurs, the medical alert bracelet will alert caregivers and emergency responders to the allergy. Precious minutes can be saved and proper medical treatment can be given. This may not prevent all instances of exposure, but it is one more thing you can do to protect your child when you can’t be there to do it yourself. Make sure the school is also notified of peanut or other allergies. This should include the administration, your child’s teacher, and the medical staff. Make sure other parents whose homes your child might visit understand the severity of the allergy. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.