Med IDs are thoughtful, useful gifts. For people with diabetes, heart conditions, allergies, and more, gifting a medical alert shows you truly care.
Thank you for visiting.This give-away has ended.Please check back again soon. Today’s Free Stuff Friday is a team effort with our friend, Karen Graffeo, the Type 1 Diabetes blogger behind Bitter~Sweet and Diabetes Blog Week. Recently, Karen started wearing a Lauren’s Hope medical alert bracelet after avoiding medical ID jewelry for years. We’re proud to
Growing Up With Diabetes It started for me before I had kids. My youngest sister, Marah, was diagnosed with Diabetes when she was 5, which was in 1988. So that’s where Diabetes started with our family. Back then, it was a lot different than the way we do things now. The diet was much more
On June 18th, Shari, a Lauren’s Hope customer and mom of three, will mark the completion of her first year parenting a child with T1D, despite the fact that a year ago, she likely wouldn’t have known what that abbreviation meant. “We don’t have any family members with diabetes,” she says of her son, Ryan’s,
10 Tips for College Students with Diabetes The transition from home to college isn’t an easy one. There are a lot of things for first-time college students to remember: things to pack, things to do, people to talk to and adjustments to make. Diabetes does not make this transition any less intimidating. You’re not just