Monday, December 2, 2013

Just Life | Ice Ice .....

Nope, you guessed it wrong. 

I am not talking about the "Ice Ice Baby" song. 

ICE stands for "In Case of Emergency" on the contact list of your cell phone. 

Lets say that you were in a car accident and you are unconscious. What is the easiest way to contact your next of kin? Your cell phone. Right?(Assuming that your phone isn't passworded.)

So, take a minute today to put your emergency contact info on your phone so paramedics and other first responders can contact your family fast.

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Here is an example of how to enter it in your cell phone contact list:

ICE Husband

You can even put an ICE sticker on your cell phone informing the first responders that you have your emergency contact info on your cell phone.

You can purchase an ICE sticker from the following website:

Here are a few facts from this website:

  • Millions of teenagers and pre-teens leave their houses every day without ID but most of them carry cell phones.
  • According to CDS, in 2006, 1.6 million patients came to emergency rooms and couldn't provide their contact information because they were incapacitated.

ICE might save your life...or the lives of your loved ones.

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Signing off until next Monday- Panteha

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