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SOUTHLAKE, Texas, May 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Parents of teens and young adults are all too familiar with the worries and the what-ifs that come with having a young driver traveling alone or
SOUTHLAKE, Texas, March 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Risk is the name of the game in the insurance industry, but ICE Medical Cards (www.ICEMedicalCard.com)
The event at the Heart Institute at East Carolina University provided the attendees the opportunity to hear about emerging trends in hospital security from BeSafe's COO. Greenville,
Program will provide fingerprint scanners at no-cost to first responders and free 30-day access to MedicAlert® services for community members who want their health information immediately
The app lets users securely access their phone contacts via the internet, so a lost phone or dead battery is no longer a problem.
Industry Leader Reports Schools in Michigan, Washington and Massachusetts First to Deploy Rave Panic Button; School Officials Hail Solution for Ability to Speed Response to Active Shooters and other
Dispatcher is Honored with SmartSave Award for Using Smart911 to Relay Vital Medical Details as EMS Responded to Man in Distress HOUMA, La., May 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On the morning
Widely Adopted Dynamic Emergency Preparedness Guides Available to Northwest’s Students, Faculty and Staff via In Case of Crisis Mobile App Herndon, VA (PRWEB)
The Diminuto iPhone Wallet Case is a one-of-a-kind wallet that doubles as a case for iPhone 4 and 5. MIAMI, FL.
Telecommunicators Honored with SmartSave Award by Smart911 in Recognition of Their Efforts to Effectively Dispatch Police to Correct Location of a Stranded Motorist LAWRENCEBURG, Ky.,
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