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Everything's Coming Up Rose Gold!

  
  
  
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Rose gold made a big comeback in 2013, appearing in fabulously designed rings, watches, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and yes, even medical alert jewelry. Here at Lauren's Hope, we introduced several new rose gold toned medical ID pieces this year, capping it off with our exclusive Rosie cuff. Rosie combines the style and functionality of a stainless steel medical ID cuff with the beauty of rose gold so your medical ID can do its job while still pairing perfectly with your other favorite jewelry pieces. 


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!


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...


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...


There’s Nothing Routine About A Breast Cancer Diagnosis

  
  
  
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Pam Scott’s sister missed her mammogram appointment and put off rescheduling it. Most women have done this with their mammograms or annual well-checks. We tell ourselves we’re too busy, the kids need us that day, it’s really not that important, we’ll go next month, or (more honestly), there pretty much isn’t anything we want to do less that. So we skip it.


It's FREE STUFF FRIDAY!

  
  
  
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It’s Friday. Yes, already. We checked. And what’s our favorite thing to do on Fridays? Give away free stuff! Yes! It’s time for another fabulous round of the ever-popular...FREE STUFF FRIDAY! Today, we’re giving away a FREE $50 Lauren's Hope gift certificate


What is Cardiomyopathy?

  
  
  
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Cardiomyopathy is a heart condition in which the heart muscle becomes weakened and enlarged. In this state, the heart is less able to efficiently and effectively pump oxygenated blood throughout the body, which causes a multitude of issues. In severe cases, cardiomyopathy can cause heart failure.


What is Lymphedema?

  
  
  
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People often associate breast cancer with a secondary diagnosis: lymphedema. Not everyone who has lived with breast cancer will develop lymphedema, and nowhere near everyone with lymphedema has (or has had) breast cancer. In fact, although breast cancer treatment (radiation) is the leading cause of lymphedema in the United States, worldwide it is much more common for people to develop lymphedema due to a parasitic infection. So let's cover the basics first.


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