Special Offer Free Month* + Free Shipping* ORDER NOW
Free Month* + Free Shipping*
Saves Lives When Seconds Count®
1-800-331-9198
Call Today - Special Offer Expires Soon

Medical Alert Resources | LifeFone

Fun Facts About July Fourth

July 4th, also known as Independence Day is filled with family, fun and fireworks. Barbequing in the back yard while swimming or sitting around a bonfire have become summer traditions while celebrating our nations freedom from Great Britain. Although the fireworks, hamburgers and hotdogs fresh off the grill make for a wonderful holiday, there are certain details about July Fourth that many may not know. Here are some interesting facts to share with friends and family while enjoying one of our favorite holidays this year.

Continue Reading

Signs Of Heat Related Illnesses

Summertime brings us outside to enjoy walks, bbq’s, swimming, biking and more. While being out in the sun is a lot of fun, it’s important to remember that you may experience one of two potentially serious conditions - heat stroke and heat exhaustion. Knowing the difference between them and how to address them is crucial.

Continue Reading

Health Eyesight As You Age

Aging is one of the most common reasons for bad eyesight and blurry vision. When we age, it is harder for us to see the world as crystal clear as we used to when we were younger. While minor vision changes are normal as one grows older, making regular eye doctor appointments is advisable to prevent the issue from escalating into a major eye problem.

Continue Reading

Spring Health Tips For Seniors

Spring officially arrived on March 20th and with that comes better weather and the chance to venture outside and enjoy it. Many parts of the country have been dealing with snow and bitter cold temperatures over the past months and with that, our senior population tends to slow down while spending more time inside. However, spring brings the opportunity to rejuvenate your health by getting outside and becoming more active. It also means enjoying the warmth of the sun and breathing in the fresh air. Here are a few tips for our seniors (and caregivers) to help invigorate their health this spring.

Continue Reading

Sleep Awareness As We Prepare To Spring Forward

It’s not your imagination if you feel more tired after you “spring forward” in March. Daylight savings time begins on March 13 this year at 2 AM, meaning once you go to bed for the night, you lose an hour of sleep. Coincidently, Sleep Awareness Week also occurs the week of March 13th through the 19th. Although there are benefits such as longer daylight and the anticipation that spring and summer are on their way, it can take a toll on your mind and body. As daylight savings time (DST) approaches, it’s important to understand the effect it can have on a person.

Continue Reading

Presidents Day & Family Traditions

As Presidents’ Day approaches, we are reminded of the history of the United States. This day of remembrance was originally established as a national holiday in 1885 as a day to honor George Washington’s birthday and became popularly known as Presidents Day in 1971. It is now celebrated on the third Monday of February.

Continue Reading

Groundhog Day – Breaking The Boredom of Winter

If Winter has you trapped inside, you may find yourself feeling a bit like Bill Murray in the movie Groundhog Day. In this movie, Murray played a Pittsburgh weatherman who found himself living the same day over and over again.

Continue Reading

Is Senior House-Sharing Ideal?

Studies have shown that older adults are more likely to stay alone in the U.S. than the rest of the world. Living all alone in a house with no friends or family members around can result in isolation that may lead to mental disorders like depression. Many alternative housing arrangements have emerged to avoid such problems. These arrangements promise safety and companionship to the elderly — senior house-sharing is one of them.

Continue Reading

Nutrition & Healthy Weight Week

Managing weight as we age is extremely important as it affects mobility, strength and overall wellbeing. Seniors and caregivers alike often find themselves struggling to control their weight. While it can be more difficult for some than others, proper nutrition and exercise can help maintain a healthy lifestyle and prevent obesity related conditions such as heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes. Started in 1994, Healthy Weight Week falls on the third full week of January every year and was launched as an awareness campaign to help develop healthy nutrition and improve healthy habits.

Continue Reading

Dangers Of Carbon Dioxide Gas

Global atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations (CO2) today are higher than at any point in at least the past 800,000 years! Is that a bad thing? Yes!   There is a lot of buzz about CO2 on the internet and its harmful impact on the environment. People know it as a greenhouse gas (a gas that absorbs and radiates heat) which is the primary contributor to rising global temperatures. Carbon dioxide is a colorless and odorless chemical gas composed of two oxygen (O) atoms and one carbon (C) atom. Emitted by cement production, deforestation as well as the burning of fossil fuels like coal, oil and natural gas, rising levels of CO2 are not only hazardous for the environment, but they can also pose many health dangers for us.

Continue Reading

1-10 of 642

  1. Page:
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. 5
  7. ...
  8. 65

Lock in this special offer now!

 
  • Free Month of Service*
  • Free Lock Box*
  • Free Shipping*
  • Free Activation & Equipment
  • Price Lock Guarantee

Receive Your Special Offer

Call Now 1-800-331-9198

Special Offer Expires Soon

Or Fill Out This Form

No, Thanks

LifeFone Protection Plan

The LifeFone Protection Plan provides you expedited equipment repair and replacement for only $5 per month, giving you additional peace of mind.

While you are enrolled in this plan we will replace 1 base unit and 2 help buttons during any 12 month period for any of the following reasons:

Sign up today! Protection Plan payments are added to your monthly statement for easy bill pay.