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So far at my time here at Lauren’s Hope, I’ve had the privilege of hearing some really inspiring stories from and about Lauren’s Hope customers. This one, though, I found to be especially neat because it involves our very own Lauren, the namesake of our company.
Monday is Memorial Day. While that typically means a day off work, lots of picnics, and the unofficial start to summer, we all know the true purpose of Memorial Day is honoring those US military personnel who have died in service to our nation. So today's Free Stuff Friday is a little different. Today, we're not giving away Lauren's Hope medical ID bracelets. Today, we're giving away three pieces from our new Love & Beloved line of personalized jewelry.
Well, we're 12 days into the first ever Lauren's Hope Health Challenge, and there's plenty to update you on! If you've joined us in the challenge, we would love for you to share an update with us in the comments below!
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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 ...
If you ever call the Lauren’s Hope office on a busy day, you may have your questions answered or order taken by one LeAnn Carlson, who’s friendly as they come, always ready to help, and as knowledgeable about our products as humanly possible. And she ought to be. She’s the Owner and CEO of Lauren’s Hope.
Organ transplants have lifelong implications for the transplant recipient. For example, when someone receives a liver transplant, there are a variety of lifestyle changes the recipient must make. Liver transplant recipients must not drink alcohol in excess, must be especially cautious about the safety of their drinking water, will likely need to take immunosuppressant medications to help prevent organ rejection, have to take particular care to avoid infections, and must avoid coming in contact with animal waste products (e.g.: have someone else tend to pets’ needs).
Who needs to wear a medical ID bracelet? If you’ve been diagnosed with a chronic condition, have food or drug allergies or take medications then you should wear a medical alert.
Why is it necessary for some people to wear peanut allergy bracelets? Highly sensitive people can have a serious food reation if only 1/44,000 part of a peanut kernel is ingested! It is easy for people to avoid eating peanut butter or a handful of peanuts if they are allergic to peanuts. It is not always so easy to avoid the hidden, trace ingredients of food in restaurants or unsuspecting food items.
We want to thank each and every person who sent us their story of how a Lauren's Hope medical ID bracelet touched their life. It means the world to us when we get to share in your experiences. It was practically impossible for us to choose just 1 story among so many, but we managed to narrow it down to a 7 year old girl named Grace.
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