Lauren’s Hope gives you the scoop on celebrities and famous people with diabetes types 1 and 2, their stories and journeys with this chronic health condition.
If you’re a caregiver or parent of a person with autism, you may have experienced wandering at some point in time. When it happens, it can be terrifying. You don’t know where your loved one is off to, when or if they will return, or how to locate them. Most importantly, you’re likely concerned about
“SEE WALLET CARD,” is a common engraving for medical ID jewelry due to changing medications or medical information. Carrying a medical ID wallet card is also a great backup measure to make your information is available to first responders and medical personnel. To purchase printed Wallet Cards, click here. Brittany RaumAs UX/UI Designer and Website
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
Vasovagal syncope is a condition that causes people to faint as a result of overstimulation to the vagus nerves. The vagus nerves are two large nerves that control many of the body’s processes that are involuntary (breathing, heartbeat, etc.).
September is ITP Awareness Month, and September 29th is Sport Purple for Platelets Day. This day is devoted to raising awareness and understanding of this disorder. There are plenty of things that you can do to get involved and help to make a difference. First, what is ITP? ITP stands for Immune (or Idiopathic) Thrombocytopenia
September is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, also called World Alzheimer’s Month. It is an international movement to raise awareness about dementia and challenge the stigma that surrounds it. The theme of 2017’s World Alzheimer’s Month is, “Remember Me,” and the focus is around the importance of detecting and diagnosing the disease early. There are all kinds
I’m finding ways to win with Celiac Disease. Don’t get me wrong; Celiac Disease is a lifelong, chronic illness. It is a serious condition. But it’s also my normal. So I’ve found a few ways to empower myself and win with Celiac Disease. Celiac Disease dominates every bite of food I put into my mouth,
Young Stoke: A stroke can happen to anyone: young or old, healthy or sick individuals. It is important to recognize the signs of a stroke, and take action fast. A stroke is an “attack” that occurs in the brain and blocks or cuts off blood flow to any one area of the brain. As a