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STORY OF HOPE | Alice's Story

Posted by Guest Author on Mar, Mon 05, 2018

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 should look like and what I should expect from my life, but I refused to accept it. Instead, I fought to show the world that disease is not identified by age or appearance.

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Tags: heart condition, medical ID bracelet, congenital heart defect, StoryofHope, donor

What’s in Your Air? How to Deal with Allergy and Asthma Triggers

Posted by Guest Author on Aug, Thu 03, 2017

We’re pleased to guest blog today for Lauren’s Hope. Our company, Molekule, was born because a father wanted to help relieve his son’s asthma, which was often triggered by pollutants in the air. He was frustrated by the other air purifiers on the market, and decided to invent another solution. That’s why at Molekule, we’re passionate about air quality and want to bring clean air to everyone. If you have allergies and asthma, we especially want to reach out to you about ways you can improve your indoor air quality.  

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Tags: laurens hope contest, allergies, asthma, Lauren's Hope Giveaway, free medical ID jewelry, Molekule Air Purifier, Air Quality, Indoor Air Quality

6 Tips For Diabetes-Safe Workouts

Posted by Guest Author on Jul, Thu 20, 2017

A few weeks ago, a young woman working out next to me at the gym suddenly collapsed. She was still unconscious when the ambulance arrived, but luckily came to and seemed to be feeling ok when they left for the hospital.

It was a scary experience, and really made me think about what would happen if I had an accident at the gym (or anywhere else) and needed medical assistance.

As a person living with type 1 diabetes, it’s essential for me that the ambulance crew or first responders know that I have diabetes so they can treat me accordingly.

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Tags: diabetes, diabetes ID jewelry, diabetes alert bracelets, Diabetes Medical ID, fitness

What is Myasthenia Gravis?

Posted by Guest Author on Jun, Tue 28, 2016

A Guest Post by our friend Danielle Walk, Executive Director of the Myasthenia Gravis Association

“Why does he never smile?”

“He doesn’t look sick”

“I think she’s drunk”

“She is just lazy.  She was just fine last week.  Maybe she’s trying to get out of work…again.”

These are some of the comments that someone with myasthenia gravis (MG) may not get to hear but are the type of remarks that are sometimes said by those not familiar with MG, and individuals with this rare disease seldom get the chance to set the record straight.

June is MG Awareness Month and the Myasthenia Gravis Association of MO & KS (MGA), as well as other chapters and individuals throughout the country, is involved in a variety of activities to promote awareness and education so that MG can be better understood. 

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Tags: autoimmune disease, Rare Diseases, Myasthenia Gravis

Free Stuff Friday With Kyle Dine & Lauren’s Hope

Posted by Guest Author on Oct, Fri 16, 2015




And our winner is... Christina Ortiz! Congratulations, Christina! Please email tara@laurenshope.com to claim your prizes!


Today's Free Stuff Friday features a guest blog post by Allergy Awareness Entertainer, Kyle Dine! 

You are entering to win a $50 Lauren's Hope Medical ID Jewelry Gift Certificate 


A copy of Kyle's AWESOME new Allergy Awareness DVD in which he (and his puppets!) wear LH gear!

Entering is easy! Each activity will earn you one entry, and we will randomly select a winner to be announced Monday, October 19, 2015. All entries must be received by midnight Sunday night. And  of course, there are some rules, which you can read here

1. Leave an allergy safety tip in the comments below.

2. Visit and "like" Lauren's Hope on Facebook.

3. Visit and "like" Kyle Dine & Friends on Facebook.

It's that simple! And now, a super fun guest post from Kyle Dine!

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Tags: medical ids, medical alert jewelry, food allergy safety, food allergy, ALLERGY ALERT, Kyle Dine

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