Maybe you wear your Lauren’s Hope medical ID bracelet every day, everywhere you go. You may live with a serious medical condition and understand the importance of always wearing your medical ID bracelet, but you may have never thought about your perfectly healthy parents, children, or significant other as needing emergency identification in the event
Can I buy a medical ID with my FSA or HSA card? Yes! Lauren’s Hope Medical ID Jewelry is pleased to accept FSA and HSA debit cards for your convenience. Buying medical ID jewelry with an FSA or HSA account without an associated debit card? No problem. When you order your medical ID with Lauren’s
Halloween is definitely one of my favorite nights of the year. I love seeing all the youngsters out and about in my neighborhood wearing their spooky, cute, and funny costumes. Trick or treating, however, has a whole different meaning for those of us with food allergies or dietary restrictions. Candy can be laden with pesky
If your child has been diagnosed with a food allergy, you know all too well that thing can change in a matter of moments – and if you’ve ever seen your child experience an anaphylactic reaction, you know that epinephrine is absolutely crucial in determining the outcome. But what about children who haven’t been diagnosed
If you have had gastric bypass surgery, it is important to wear a gastric bypass medical ID to alert EMTs or first responders to your surgery.
Control Type 2 Diabetes and live well managing it. There are many things you can do to improve your wellbeing with Diabetes Type 2 – read our tips here!
Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes are very different diagnoses. Learn about what each type means, the differences, similarities, causes and more here.
September brings many things. The kids are back at school. Fall arrives, and the weather starts to turn cooler. September also means that it’s National Yoga Awareness Month! National Yoga Month got its start back in 2008, when the Department of Health and Human Services made it a national observance. The goal of this campaign
At your wellness visits, it is often your doctor who is the one asking all of the questions, and you are the one providing responses. However, it is not only acceptable, but expected that today’s patients take a pro-active stance and ask some questions of your own. In particular, when it comes to your heart health being proactive