Benefits AAP.org > Membership Benefits Professional ResourcesProfessional EducationAdvocacy & PolicyAAP StoreAbout the AAPRecentCurrently selected aaa print email share Facebook Twitter Membership Benefits Main Image Benefits with you in Mind! Article Body Personal ServicesGeico-quotes for auto, homeowner’s, renter’s, condo, motorcycle, boat, and more AAP Insurance Program- Term Life, Disability Income, Office Overhead Expense, Dental and Long-Term Care BankAmericard Cash Rewards™ credit card AVIS car rentals Hertz car rentals Practice Management ServicesChild Health Advantage Pediatric Purchasing-clinical supplies, vaccines, pharmaceuticals, and business services.American Academy of Pediatrics Business MasterCard® with WorldPoints® Rewards Officite-medical websites and online marketing Staples Advantage-office supplies, technology, facility supplies, furniture, and promotional items 1st HealthCare Payment Systems-Credit card processing Framing Success -Custom Certificate Frames Member participation in AAP affinity programs provides financial support to the Academy and its mission. Members can click here to access additional details. Advertising Disclaimer Related Information Drowning Prevention Speaking Points The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) offers speaking points on drowning prevention for AAP members. Many High School Football Players Not Concerned About Concussions Despite an increase in media attention, as well as national and local efforts to educate athletes on the potential dangers of traumatic brain injuries Interventions Can Prevent Smoking by Children and Teens In the September 2013 Pediatrics, “Primary Care Interventions to Prevent Tobacco Use in Children and Adolescents: U.S. Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation Statement" primary care clinicians can make a difference in helping young patients. Travel Services As a benefit to our members, the Academy offers members travel services. Study Examines Link Between Phthalates and Insulin Resistance According to the study, “Urinary Phthalates and Increased Insulin Resistance in Adolescents,” in the September 2013 Pediatrics, the researchers looked for an association between signs of phthalate exposure in the urine and insulin resistance.