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Know the Facts: Huntington's Disease

  
  
  
Huntington's Disease

Huntington’s Disease is a hereditary brain disorder that affects people of every race, all over the world. In the United States, Huntington’s Disease occurs in about one in 10,000 people, and currently, about 30,000 people in the U.S. have Huntington’s Disease. Up to 200,000 people in the U.S. are at risk of developing Huntington’s Disease in their lifetime.


Summer Barbecue Fun & Safety

  
  
  
Washi Tape for Food Allergies

When it comes to Summer, aside from the warm weather and pretty flowers, my favorite part is cooking out with friends and family. Since I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease, however, I look at barbecues a bit differently. Instead of seeing a delicious spread of potato salad, coleslaw, and chips, I see unknown cooking surfaces, mystery seasonings, and cross-contamination risks.


Traumatic Brain Injuries: Know the Signs

  
  
  
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Traumatic Brain Injuries affect 1.7 million people annually. A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a form of acquired brain injury that occurs when a sudden trauma causes damage to the brain. A TBI can happen when the head suddenly and violently hits an object, or when an object pierces the skull and then enters the brain. Concussions are the most common form of Traumatic Brain Injury.


May 11-17 is Food Allergy Awareness Week

  
  
  
Lauren's Hope Food Allergy Awareness Week

May 11-17 is National Food Allergy Awareness Week. Nearly 6 million children live with Food Allergies— That’s one in 12.


Stress And Autoimmune Conditions: Learning to Accept Support

  
  
  
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Like most, I deal with stress on a daily basis. Whether the stress is coming from my schedule, planning my wedding, or dealing with an unruly puppy, it can weigh heavily on my day-to-day life. Obviously, stress isn’t good for anyone’s health, but for those of us who live with autoimmune diseases, stress can have more direct, health-related impacts.


May is Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month

  
  
  
Lauren's Hope Asthma Infographic

Spring has sprung, and that means it’s time for blooming flowers, budding trees, freshly cut lawns, itchy noses and tight chests. Spring is the peak season for those living with Asthma and Allergies, so it’s a great time to spread awareness about the diseases that affect over 60 million Americans.


May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month

  
  
  
Celiac Awareness Month

Celiac Disease Awareness Month is very close to my heart. I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease almost a year and a half ago, and although it's something I live pretty comfortably with now, it wasn't a happy or easy diagnosis to get by any means.


Living Well with Life-Threatening Allergies: A Customer Story of Hope

  
  
  
Lauren's Hope

A few weeks ago, we had the privilege of meeting Erin Landry, a 28-year-old mother living in Phoenix, AZ. Erin lives with an array of severe and life-threatening allergies that have made a huge impact on her day-to-day life. But despite her hardships as an adult with severe allergies, it's Erin's optimism, strength, and hope that define her, not her allergies.


April is National Cancer Control Month

  
  
  
National Cancer Control Month

Although there are several other months during the year that are dedicated to the awareness of various types of cancer, National Cancer Control Month is a great time to look deeper into ways to prevent cancer and its treatment complications. The goal of National Cancer Control Month is for Americans to lead healthy and productive lives, whether or not they’ve been through cancer.


Customer Story of Hope: Carla Cona

  
  
  
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We all come across situations that can make daily life a challenge. Whether that's a car that chooses not to start or a life-altering medical diagnosis, we all have situations in life that need to be overcome, no matter how big or small. To Federal Employee and Kansas City native Carla Cona, being hearing impaired is just another one of those daily challenges.


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