MEDI-LIFE CARDS
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Six things every parent needs to know about food allergies
Even if you donít have a child with food allergies, chances are someone in your childís class, neighborhood or camp does. Hereís a few things every parent should know...
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Experts Urge Protection Against Deadly Allergic Reactions
U.S. experts are launching a public education campaign to raise awareness about the severe allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis to help prevent needless deaths.
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MEDI-LIFE CARDS
Welcome - Making Self Care Simple Through Innovation
We are interested in developing innovations that make it easier for people to "self care". We focus on producing innovations that can really make a difference in people's life, focusing on how people self care and then looking for ways to simplify the process. Our first innovation is the MediCard, a self injector, which we believe makes it easier for parents to administer an injection to their children or for people to self administer an injection.

We are interested in hearing from you. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding our technologies, or are interested in partnering with us.
 
MediCard
MediCard

The MediCard is a patented epinephrine injector that costs less to manufacture and buy; is smaller; more comfortable to use; and less intimidating than the current products.

The MediCard is the size of a credit card and about a quarter inch thick, fitting easily into pockets and wallets. The hard durable plastic shell keeps MediCard from being damaged.

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Did You Know?
 
Anyone with a previous history of anaphylactic reactions is at risk for another severe reaction. Individuals with food allergies (particularly allergies to shellfish, peanuts, and tree nuts) and asthma may be at increased risk for having a life-threatening anaphylactic reaction. A recent study showed that teens with food allergy and asthma appear to be at highest risk for a reaction because they are more likely to dine away from home, they are less likely to carry medications, and they may ignore or not recognize symptoms.
 
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