I.C.E. cards gives first responders key information on critical health issues
Those ICEcards have a fully writable reverse allows details to be filled in on who should be contacted in the event of an accident or incident.
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I.C.E. Cards give first responders key information on critical health issues; such as medication use, allergies or pre-existing conditions. It is easily identifiable and instantly to hand unlike carrying your details in a mobile phone, which may be locked or difficult to operate.
Singer reveals she was diagnosed a year ago and now feels “relieved and a bit more relaxed about myself”
As Scottish singing sensation Susan Boyle’s extraordinary career continues, the singer reveals for the first time that she has Asperger’s syndrome (AS), a high-functioning form of autism.
Thinking she had a more serious illness – Susan had been misdiagnosed after complications at birth and carried the “label” brain damaged throughout her life – she went to seek another diagnosis from a Scottish specialist. Susan now feels relieved and a bit more relaxed about herself.