A Mother’s Love: My Son has Chronic Heart Disease

chronic heart condition mother's love

Submitted by Jodi Lemacks Mother’s Day is not just about getting Mom the perfect present; it’s about celebrating the relationship between mothers and their children. One mother recently shared with us an update on her son who has lived with a chronic heart disease his entire young life. Joshua Lemacks,…

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Autism and Wandering

autism wandering

For parents and other caregivers of children and adults with autism, wandering is a major concern and cause for stress. Wandering, sometimes called elopement, describes when a person, usually someone who is cognitively, mentally or emotionally impaired or not developed, walks or runs away from a caregiving situation. Essentially it…

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Channel the Beach with our New Coastal Silicone Bracelets

new coastal silicone bands

Discover three handpicked hues for this season with our new Coastal Silicone collection. Imagine you’re walking along the coast with the salty, fresh ocean breeze on your face. Cool blue waves crash at your feet. You see glints of pink and green and white in the warm beige sand. This…

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Do You Know About MyIHR?

MyIHR or My Interactive Health Record. It solves a lot of problems when it comes to having your medical information available in an emergency. It’s secure and best of all, there are no recurring fees! Here’s a comment from an actual MyIHR user: “About one month after receiving my medical…

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12 Halloween Tips for Parents of Children with Food Allergies

Halloween Tips

This article is re-posted from www.kidswithfoodallergies.org. How to take the tricks out of treats when your child has food allergies Halloween can be a tricky time for a growing number of children who have food allergies. Today, one in 12 children, or six to eight million kids, are affected by…

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Should you be Wearing a Medical ID Bracelet at Work?

should i be wearing a medical ID bracelet at work?

Updated June 2015 One of the most well-known reasons for wearing a medical ID bracelet or necklace is so that a first-responder can have critical information during an emergency. We’ve said it and you’ve heard it before: a medical ID can speak for you when you can’t. But what about…

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