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Wristband Connection’s Medical Awareness Bands Make Life Easier for Patients, Especially During National Diabetes Awareness Month

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) December 06, 2013

Wristband Connection continued to sell more of its innovative medical alert bracelets as part of National Diabetes Month in November.

The customized wristbands offer an extra safety net for people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes by providing critical information in case they suffer a stroke or other health complication. The products, which are comfortable to wear, appear like normal silicone wristbands to everyone besides trained professionals like doctors, nurses and paramedics.

“We are very pleased to do our part to make the lives of people with diabetes a little easier,” said Victor Rey, president of Wristband Connection. “These wristbands allow individuals to stay safe while having a more stylish solution when compared to the typical medical alert bracelet.”

The medical alert wristbands, which come in a variety of colors, are personalized and non-allergenic, including all of an individual’s in case of emergency (ICE) information. Wristband Connection offers these products for both kids and adults, with volume discounts available for medical centers and other organizations. The company also offers free shipping on all orders.

National Diabetes Awareness Month, led by the American Diabetes Association, aims to improve overall understanding of the disease, including how people can prevent, treat and manage it. Nearly 26 million people in the U.S. have some form of diabetes, with another 79 million at risk. This comes at an estimated cost of more than $240 billion, which makes diabetes prevention an important national concern.

“Diabetes is a highly preventable disease, and one of the best ways to reduce its impact is through education,” said Rey. “We encourage individuals and organizations to continue to work toward these important efforts as part of National Diabetes Awareness Month.”

Wristband Connection has worked with more than 100,000 unique customers, helping countless organizations conduct effective fundraising efforts for a variety of causes. Its team prides itself on being true wristband specialists, developing customized solutions that give its customers products entirely suited to their unique needs. The company is not a typical promotional products provider that sells hats, cups, calendars and other items — it focuses solely on silicone wristbands.

To learn more about Wristband Connection and the wide range of wristband products it offers, go to

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