The third major event taking place in the month of February is National Donor Day. There are waiting lists full of people in need of a lifesaving organ, blood transfusion, or other transplants and this day is designed to help raise awareness for how becoming an organ donor can save lives. February 14 – National […]

February is American Heart Month! Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in the United States and this month is dedicated to raising awareness about this health condition. At Universal Medical Data, we carry a variety of pre-engraved & custom engraved medical ID bracelets, dog tags, and USB drives that can cater […]

Type 2 Diabetes is the most common form of the condition and can often be easily managed through being active and eating healthy. Type 2 Diabetes is where the body does not properly utilize the insulin that your body creates. How Type 2 Works Initially, the pancreas makes extra insulin to make up for the […]

Allergies can impact anyone and often occur when your immune system reacts to a foreign substance, whether it’s pollen, pet dander, or food that most people can eat with no issue. An allergic reaction is when your body produces antibodies that are made to fight off a particular allergen, even though it isn’t harmful at […]

Keep your important medical information handy without making sacrifices to your lifestyle with Universal Medical Data. Alongside our popular USB medical ID bracelets, we offer a wide range of customizable USB medical ID dog tags. When you order our USB medical ID dog tags for you or your family, you can expect the following: Waterproof: […]

Universal Medical Data creates customized medical IDs for people of all ages. From children to seniors, we will help you craft a fashionable and informative medical ID dog tag necklace or bracelet. Since 2011, our company has been crafting comfortable, visually appealing identification jewelry so any medical condition you or a family member may have […]

The American Heart Association recommends children and teens consume less than 25 grams, or 6 teaspoons, of added sugar per day. Consuming foods and beverages high in added sugars during childhood is linked to the development of risk factors forheart disease, including an increased risk of obesity and elevated blood pressure. In a scientific statement […]

I saw this story about a jogger who collapsed while running in the park on New Year’s Eve. He was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. Without having any Identification on him, the hospital used social media and news media to try and determine who he was. He was finally identified but not before […]