What Are Kids’ Safety Bracelets?

Cabinet locks. Car seats. Seat belts. Helmets. Knee pads. We employ a lot of gear to keep our kids safe as they navigate the world. One item your child should never leave home without, however, is one a lot of parents never actually consider: a kids’ safety bracelet. Kids’ safety bracelets, sometimes called child ID

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STORY OF HOPE | Amshi’s Story

 Amshi’s Story I was diagnosed with type one diabetes on December 17, 2011. That’s the day that changed my life forever. I remember coming home for Christmas break while I was in college, and I was complaining to my mom, like “mom there’s something wrong with my body. I don’t know what it is,

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STORY OF HOPE | Paloma’s Story

PALOMA’S STORY: You might not be able to tell by looking at me that I’m actually a former farm girl. I lived my whole life in a small town in the middle of nowhere Arizona on my family’s ranch. While I enjoyed horseback riding and helping my dad gather the chicken eggs, I always had

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STORY OF HOPE | Christina’s Story

I’ve had a motto since day one of my illness, and it became a motto only because I found myself saying it so often. Sometimes I would say it to remind myself of it’s meaning, other times I’d say it to friends who asked about my health. “I’m still me.” My world got turned upside

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STORY OF HOPE | Alice’s Story

I’ve always wondered,“What does sick look like?” While growing up with congenital heart disease, I was commonly told I looked too young, too healthy, too pretty, or even too happy to have a complex, chronic condition that labeled me as “sick.” Society did its best to push these stereotypical labels on me of what I

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