The Lauren's Hope Blog keeps you updated on new medical ID products, exclusive promotions including giveaways and sales along with current Lauren's Hope news. Read More About Lauren's Hope...
We welcome you to join the conversations via...
AgouraOur Agoura Medical ID Bracelet is one of the latest additions to our ever-growing product list and is a great choice for the woman in your life who likes to switch up her style. Agoura features silver-filled, liquid silver beads, aquamarine, and super trendy green chalcedony beads. This medical ID bracelet is interchangeable, so it can be worn with any of our medical ID tags. It’s stainless steel lobster clasps match great with our Filigree Tag or Gardenia Tag.
For those of us with Celiac Disease, the holidays can present a bit of an extra challenge. We’re faced with a seemingly endless spread of terrific-looking goodies that we can’t eat. While those options may look tasty, there are tons of great gluten-free choices that won’t make you take a chance on your health.
StealthFor the guy in your life who likes the classics, our Stealth medical ID bracelet definitely qualifies. Made of durable, water-resistant stainless steel, Stealth has a bold red medical caduceus on the front to alert first responders to the medical information that is discretely engraved on the inside. Stealth can be engraved with up to three lines of 20 characters each with either our traditional rotary engraving or black-filled laser engraving that makes the text appear black. Since Stealth comes with a tag already affixed, there’s no extra fuss. Just take a measurement of his wrist and add one-half inch in order to get his size.
Antique Tribal CuffIf you’re looking for an option that’s stylish and easily adjustable, our stainless steel Antique Tribal Medical ID Cuff is a great option. It features a bold tribal pattern on a soft, antique finish. Each end of the Antique Tribal Cuff bears a red medical caduceus symbol to alert medical professionals to the personal information that’s rotary engraved on the inside. Since it’s easily adjustable to fit wrists 6” to 9”, the Antique Tribal Cuff is great for those who are on their weight loss journey, those with conditions that cause swelling, and those with dexterity issues. We can rotary engrave up to five lines with up to 25 characters per line on the Antique Tribal Medical ID Cuff.
Micro CuffFor the man in your life looking for a lightweight medical ID bracelet that subtle and understated, our Micro Cuff is a great choice. This stainless steel medical ID bracelet is made of water-resistant stainless steel and features a bold, red medical caduceus symbol on the front to alert first responders to the information that’s rotary engraved on the inside. We offer the option to have a name engraved on the front of the bracelet as well for a more personalized touch (just use the Special Instructions field if you’d like to choose this option).
The Micro Cuff Medical ID is easily adjustable and fits wrists sized 6” to 9”. It’s a great choice for those with dexterity issues, those with conditions that cause swelling in the extremities or those who are on their weight loss journey.
About a year and a half ago, I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease. Although now I know that I can enjoy a lot of the same foods (albeit modified) that I could before my diagnosis, there’s not a day that goes by that I’m not nose-deep in an ingredients label, sifting through all the jargon and manufacturing information that usually goes unread.
Halloween is definitely one of my favorite nights of the year. I love seeing all the youngsters out and about in my neighborhood wearing their spooky, cute, and funny costumes.
When she's not planning an epic, company-wide ALS Ice Bucket Challenge or talking about her new puppy Milton, you'll find Lauren's Hope Graphic Designer, Quinn Mills, meticulously planning and executing the product photos, marketing emails, and graphic design projects our customers see every day, worldwide.
When I made my big move from Lincoln, NE to Kansas City, on my list of things to get set up were cable, Internet, electricity, and a new Endocrinologist and Gastroenterologist. When you live with a chronic health condition, leaving the comfort of your specialist can be a bit overwhelming, and frankly, it can be pretty stressful.
As the fall semester approaches, it’s easy to look straight forward to purchasing textbooks, moving into and furnishing your new dorm or apartment, and the fun times you will have with new friends. But for those of us with health issues that impact our daily lives, there are a few extra things that should be put on our new semester checklists before we get to all that other fun stuff.
Blood thinners are a very commonly prescribed medication in the US. If you have a type of heart or blood vessel disease or if you have inadequate blood flow to the brain, your doctor has probably prescribed some variety of blood thinner to help treat your symptoms. Blood thinners work to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke by reducing the formation of blood clots in your arteries and veins.
© 2014 Lauren's Hope