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Resolve To Be Safer in 2014

  
  
  
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I woke up yesterday to my six-year-old saying, "Mommy!! It's December!! Yesterday, it was November, but now it's December!" Kids seem infinitely excited about the passing of seasons. Adults, though, we seem consistently surprised. How often do you hear some version of, "Can you believe it's December already?! Where did the year go?" Time just flies by, each year somehow faster than the last. So, knowing this, I'm thinking even though it's the first week of December, it's time to talk about New Year's Resolutions!


Black Friday Blog: Behind The Scenes With Lauren's Hope

  
  
  
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It's Black Friday. Some call it the best shopping day of the year. Others call it complete craziness. In either case, there are some really fantastic deals to be had (including great savings right here at Lauren's Hope, of course). Wait, you didn't hear about that? Oh, it's great!! We have 20% off SITEWIDE today with our THANKSGIVING13 coupon code. We'll wait here while you go shop... 


Awareness ribbons and medical IDs: A color for every condition

  
  
  
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People often want to wear the colors associated with their conditions. For example, here at Lauren's Hope, we receive messages from people with Multiple Sclerosis asking for more orange bracelets and from people with Addison's Disease asking for more light blue bracelets. People with Epilepsy request purple, as do those with lupus and fibromyalgia. Wearing the color associated with one's condition is an empowering choice, one that helps people raise awareness in a positive, intentional way.


10 Things You May Not Know About Lauren's Hope

  
  
  
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If you've been on Facebook in the last couple of weeks, chances are you've seen people posting random lists of things you may not know about them. We decided to join in the fun! So, in the spirit of Facebook-ery, here we go with our ...


The Gift of Safety!

  
  
  
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Wow. Next week is Thanksgiving. And Hanukkah. And that's just four weeks before Christmas. If you feel like the holidays have snuck up on you this year, you are most definitely not alone. Thankfully, you've got some help over here at Lauren's Hope! We've put together the...


FREE STUFF FRIDAY WITH SCOTT BENNER!

  
  
  
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All week long, we've been talking, posting, tweeting, and sharing about World Diabetes Day, which was Thursday, November 14. To wrap up this special week and continue our Diabetes Awareness Month efforts, we've asked one of our favorite authors to join us for Free Stuff Friday: Scott Benner of the blog Arden's Day and the award-winning memoir, Life Is Short, Laundry Is Eternal: Confessions of a Stay-At-Home Dad. Check out the end of this post for entry instructions. TWO LUCKY WINNERS WILL RECEIVE A $50 LAUREN'S HOPE GIFT CERTIFICATE AND A SIGNED COPY OF SCOTT'S BOOK! 


Top Five Things You Should Know About Epilepsy

  
  
  
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Did you know November is Epilepsy Awareness Month? Yup! Of course, for a great many of our fantastic customers and fans, every month is Epilepsy Awareness Month because every day is Epilepsy Awareness Day when you or someone you love live(s) with epilepsy. In their honor, here we go with the...


Caregivers Need Care Too!

  
  
  
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November is National Family Caregivers Month, and considering an estimated 29% of the US population serves as caregivers for disabled, elderly, or chronically ill family members or friends each year, odds are you either are or know a caregiver.  Caregivers invest an average of 20 hours looking after the person for whom they provide care each week, but more than 10% of these caregivers provide 40 or more hours of care.


Top Five Things You Should Know About Diabetes

  
  
  
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It's Diabetes Awareness Month, and in honor of the millions of people living with diabetes, (many of whom are our phenomenal customers!) we're sharing the...


Planning a Celiac-Friendly Thanksgiving!

  
  
  
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Whether it's due to Celiac Disease, gluten sensitivities or intolerances, wheat allergies, or a Paleo diet, a great many people are eating gluten-free these days. With the carb-loaded, stuffing-infused, food-focused holiday of Thanksgiving (and then the winter holidays!) fast approaching, it feels like a good time to look at some gluten-free recipes the whole family can enjoy.


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