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You don’t necessarily have to sacrifice style when wearing medical identification. Lauren’s Hope, of Kansas City, Missouri, announces its new Medical ID Bracelets that combine fashion and practicality. Originally designed for a 13-year-old with diabetes who refused to wear other ID bands on the market, the Lauren’s Hope bracelets are made with multi-colored beads and an unobtrusive identification tag. Five styles are available, each made with mineral, crystal or metal beads that range in color from blue, red, white, gold, green and black. The prices range from $39.95 to $65.

A portion of all profits from the bracelets will be donated to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

For more information, contact Lauren’s Hope by phone at (800) 360-8680 or log on to laurenhope.com.

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