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Dec 30 2016
Preventative Health Wristbands
Support Healthy Living with "Take a Loved One to the Doctor" Day
Preventative healthcare can save lives by diagnosing and treating conditions early. Seven out of 10 deaths among Americans each year are from chronic diseases, and almost 1 out of every 2 adults has at least one chronic illness. Going to the doctor for regular health screenings is key to long-term health. Custom preventative health wristbands can help spread the message of healthy living. "Take A Loved One to the Doctor Day" helps people get to the doctor for wellness visits and to promote overall health.
You can create custom silicone bracelets online using the builder at AmazingWristbands.com. Choose your message, colors, text, artwork and more to create personalized and unique bracelets. Make your bands really stand out with special effects such as swirled or segmented colors, glitter, or glow in the dark! We sells only 100% silicone products.
What is "Take A Loved One to the Doctor Day"?
"Take A Loved One to the Doctor Day" is held during the last week of September and was first promoted by radio personality Tom Joyner. "Take a Loved One to the Doctor" is a call to action that's led to early detection of diseases and conditions causing people to change the way they live. Promoting this special day can keep preventative health top of mine, leading to increased awareness and lives saved. This is particularly important in communications where people may have limited access to transportation and health screenings. Older people may also need special help to stay on top of their health.
Buy Preventative Health Awareness Wristbands from AmazingWristbands.com
In addition to standard size wristbands, we also offers slap bands that "snap" to a person's wrist, as well as thin half-inch bands, thicker one-inch bands, adjustable bands, USB bands, silicone rings and silicone key chains. We also offer:
Build your Preventative health wristbands online today!
Last modified on: December 30th, 2016
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