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The New Normal: A Guest Post by Grace Dolan

Posted by Guest Author on Aug, Mon 17, 2015

“The New Normal”

A special guest post by Grace Dolan

Friday the Thirteenth is the most dreaded day for many people. However, when I woke up early on Friday the Thirteenth in March of 2015 to get ready for my district debate competition, I wasn’t thinking about the date. I was thinking two things:

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Tags: diabetes, Medical ID Jewelry, T1D, type 1 diabetes, story of hope, customer story

January Story of Hope: What Is Adrenal Insufficiency?

Posted by Emily Battmer on Jan, Wed 18, 2012

“I look in the mirror and wonder how I can be so ill and yet not look ill. I look in the mirror and say, ‘you may be ill girl, but that’s not going to stop me today.’ ”

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Tags: adrenal insufficiency, adrenal insufficiency medical ID, what to engrave, story of hope

December Story of Hope, Leslie Snell-VanAnda

Posted by Emily Battmer on Dec, Mon 05, 2011

Leslie Snell-VanAnda has been through a lot in the past ten years.

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Food Allergy Awareness Story of Hope

Posted by Emily Battmer on Nov, Tue 22, 2011

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.

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Tags: food allergies, story of hope

October Breast Cancer Story of Hope

Posted by Jenna White on Oct, Wed 26, 2011

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Tags: breast cancer, story of hope, breast cancer survivor story

September Story of Hope

Posted by Emily Battmer on Sep, Wed 14, 2011

September is National Ovarian Cancer awareness month and we'd like to introduce you to a special customer of ours, Sheena.

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Tags: story of hope, ovarian cancer

Meet Sandy: A Story of Hope

Posted by Emily Battmer on Aug, Wed 03, 2011

Our customer Sandy has had to make some pretty drastic lifestyle changes. She quit her full-time job and is no longer able to live alone. She doesn't leave the house often, and is only able to socialize over the internet or the phone.

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Tags: medical alert jewelry, story of hope, mastocytosis awareness

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