If You Couldn't Speak…

June 2007
PN;Jun2007, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p50
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The article relates the author's view on the importance of medical identification jewelry for family caregivers. The author mentions that caregivers are far more prone to get sick due to stress and in turn might affect the person they care for. The author believes that not only those people who have delicate condition should wear the special medical identification but also the family caregivers in case something will happen to them, somebody can check the family they are caring.


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