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It’s one a.m. and you’re standing in a line that wraps all the way around the outside of that pricey department store. It feels like it’s about twenty degrees, and you’re silently willing the line to move faster, just hoping that by the time you make it into the store that one really cool item that you just have to have for that certain someone is still in stock.
Lauren’s Hope has always supported diabetes research, awareness, and hope for a cure. We’ve featured blog posts about diabetes, giving helpful hints and stories of hope for those courageous souls living with this condition. Now, we are asking all of our friends and customers –whether they have diabetes or not – to take just a few moments to learn what they can do to support diabetes research, awareness, and hope for a cure, too.
Eighteen months ago, our customer Colette went out to eat with her family at a Fondue restaurant. What started out as a celebration dinner quickly turned into a frightening situation when she woke up early the next morning with hives and a swollen tongue and lips.
It’s the drama of a black and white film, the nostalgia of a black and white photograph, the elegance of a black and white suit. It’s the contrast of day and night, the balance between good and bad, the cleanliness and simplicity of black type on a white page. It’s whatever you want it to be; that’s the beauty of black and white.
Thank you to everyone who shared our Epilepsy Awareness Story of Hope and to those who entered our giveaway.
During the month of November Lauren's Hope is rewarding their Top Facebook Fans with $300 worth of gift certificates.
Food allergies are a growing concern for many. With nearly 6 million children diagnosed with a food allergy and an 18% increase in those diagnosed over the last decade, according to the CDC, it is critical that children wear medical identification.
Thank you to everyone who entered last week's Free Stuff Friday giveaway! Here are the three lucky recipients of a medical ID. Winners, you can expect an email from me shortly.
November is Diabetes and Epilepsy Awareness month and Lauren's Hope would like to dedicate this week's Free Stuff Friday giveaway to these two conditions. We're giving away three of our popular medical ID bracelets this week and our wish is that one of these medical ID bracelets make their way to a wrist of someone in need. For those of you new to our Free Stuff Friday giveaways please check out the entry instructions below. Have questions? Please email jenna at laurens hope dot com if you have any questions.
There are approximately 25 million people with diabetes living in the United States. While having a Diabetes emergency kit may not be something you think about often, having a few extra items stashed away in a safe place may mean the difference between life and death in the event of a natural disaster. Given the prevalence of major natural disasters around the country, there should also be enough diabetes supplies in your emergency kit to last at least three days. This should allow you to safely wait out the aftermath of an earthquake, hurricane or anything else that can impede your progress to your home or medical center.
Our first November Story of Hope is brought to you by a special customer of ours, Gracie and her mom, Laura. Gracie was diagnosed with diabetes in March of 2011
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