This press release is to inform readers that MyIdentityDoctor.com is encouraging people to follow three simple safety tips that could save lives this New Year’s Eve.
Lakewood, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/17/2014 -- For many people, the holiday season culminates into a grand celebration on New Year's Eve. People everywhere celebrate the arrival of the New Year by going to a friend's party, visiting out-of-state relatives, or simply participating in a local restaurant or nightclub celebratory event. New Year's Eve is traditionally known as one of the most dangerous days for driving, (reference: http://thelawdictionary.org/article/what-holiday-statistically-has-the-most-recorded-duis-per-year/) but because it is a holiday that is usually filled with acquaintances and various exotic food and drink, New Year's Eve is also dangerous for people with food allergies, as well as for people with serious health issues that might go unnoticed if a medical event occurs in a large group or crowd.
MyIdentityDoctor.com is an online portal that provides medical ID tags to help prevent individuals from being caught in such dire situations. A spokesperson talked about the importance of medical ID tags and engraved medical necklaces during the holidays, "Because you can't plan for everything, it's important to make sure that others around you will be able to help you if the need arises.
Peanuts are a huge allergen in the United States, and the holiday season is rife with peanuts baked into cookies, brownies, breads, etc. Wearing a peanut allergy bracelet could save your life in the event of accidental peanut ingestion. Similarly, for those with diabetes, diabetic medical bracelets will surely save the life of someone who might be unaware of their sugar level and cannot verbalize this for themselves because of a diabetic event. And we can't forget our seniors, Alzheimer's disease and dementia are a growing concern for the elderly, so wearing a dementia bracelet can help save lives during the sometimes confusing and chaotic holiday events."
Three New Year's Eve Safety Tips
- Following these three easy safety tips can help make New Year's Eve safer. Wearing medical jewelry like engraved medical necklaces will make it easy for others to assist someone undergoing a medical crisis. EMT's and physicians won't need to guess at the individual's issue if they are wearing an accurate, bold medical ID tag.
- New Year's Eve is traditionally one of the worst nights to drive. Even though the number of patrols is increased, drunk driving kills hundreds of people every year on this night alone. By designating a driver or hiring a cab service in advance, more people will live to see the dawn of the New Year.
- And finally, always be aware of surroundings. Women, especially, should never travel alone, and for those who are celebrating in a foreign city, it's best to plan ahead to not get lost and invite mishap.
MyIdentityDoctor.com specializes in stainless steel medical jewelry like peanut allergy bracelet and diabetic medical bracelets for both men and women. They know that easy to read, black engraving is the most important for your safety. By wearing a medical ID tag, you are ensuring prompt, accurate medical attention. Paramedics and medical doctors are trained to be aware of medical ID tags and their existence ensures that you will be treated immediately with no risk of error or a misdiagnosis. MyIdentityDoctor.com offers extremely resistant medical ID tags for men, women, and children that holds up to everyday wear and tear.
For details, please visit http://www.myidentitydoctor.com/
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