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Adrenal Insufficiency Awareness Month

It’s April which means it’s adrenal insufficiency awareness month.
Please help us raise awareness!

Share this blog post with friends and family so they can help too.

Visit your local EMS station, be sure to bring some cookies.  Open the file for some suggestions on what to do and bring on your visit.  Cookies for Cortisol

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Join AIU as a member to get a chance to win an iPad Air 2 and take advantage of some other give aways just for this month.

Buy a $5 raffle ticket for a chance to win an iPad Air 2 (open to those in the USA only)

 

 

 

 

Check out some easy ways to support AIU without spending more money.

If you have Adrenal Insufficiency, join our registry.

Schedule a time to talk about working to get protocols to treat adrenal crisis in your area or school.

Share your story, we’re always looking for more blogs.

Change your profile picture by downloading a template from google drive. (You’ll need access to a computer writing program to add your photo.)

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