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MDHI Provides Update on FirstFitness Merger - Operation Expected to Produce 2012 Revenues in Excess of $12 Mil - Warrants of 15.5 Mil Cancelled
Date:1/25/2012

ey investors, the retirement of a large portion of our convertible debt, and the cancellation, without exercise, of a very significant portion of the currently outstanding money warrants. We believe the cancellation of the 15.5 million warrants we are announcing today is merely a small sample of what is expected to be cancelled, without exercise, over the coming weeks, as we work to finalize our audit and SEC financial reporting to remaining a fully reporting organization. We want to thank all of our share and stakeholders as we move this merger forward in order to create substantial value for our investors and our network marketers.

"These warrant cancellations, the retirement of large portions of our convertible notes payable, and past debt retirements at FirstFitness Nutrition should send a clear message to our investors that we plan to construct a strong combined balance sheet and significantly limit shareholder dilution while building a strong and growing revenue stream in some of the fastest growing areas of the American economy," added Adams.

About Medical Alarm Concepts

Medical Alarm Concepts Holding, Inc. (MAC) develops and manufactures innovative products and practical solutions within the framework of a vast growing marketplace. We have built our reputation in the personal emergency response system (PERS) and medical alert industry. With patented technology and state-of-the-art services, MAC is uniquely positioned to mobilize the right people, skills and alliances to ensure success and client satisfaction. Our design and support philosophy emphasizes industry best practices, while providing polished and savvy solutions. MAC's latest innovation is the development of its two-way voice speakerphone pendant technology. For more information, please visit our website at www.medipendant.com.

About FirstFitness Nutrition

FirstFitness Nutrition, headquartered in Carrollton
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