Stylish Medical Emergency Bracelets For Teens With Juvenile Diabetes Make A Fashion Statement And Save Lives

Hope Paige Designs (HopePaige.com), a top designer of awareness jewelry and accessories, now combines teen fashion with medical alertness in its creative line of medical emergency bracelets. The bracelets are designed for teens and young adults that have been diagnosed with life-threatening juvenile diabetes to help eliminate embarrassment while potentially saving lives.

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West Conshohocken, PA (PRWEB) October 21, 2007

Hope Paige Designs (HopePaige.com), a top designer of awareness jewelry and accessories, now combines teen fashion with medical alertness in its creative line of medical emergency bracelets. The bracelets are designed for teens and young adults that have been diagnosed with life-threatening juvenile diabetes to help eliminate embarrassment while potentially saving lives.

Doctors and medical emergency personnel recommend that every individual with a serious medical condition such as juvenile diabetes wear an emergency medical bracelet on their left arm at all times. If a medical emergency arises, medical workers are trained to observe any jewelry on the left arm to see if the patient has a medical condition. For patients with juvenile diabetes, this could mean the difference between life and death.

Unfortunately, the standard medical emergency bracelets are not stylish and are designed in such a way that they draw unwanted attention to the person wearing them. Teens are already very self-conscious about what they wear, and the last thing they want is for everyone to ask them about their diabetic condition.

Hope Paige Designs wanted to change all this and make it easier for teens to cope with wearing the bracelet. The company's line of emergency medical bracelets offers a variety of styles and colors with leather, mesh, or hemp bands and cool engravings so teens can easily match them with their attire.

One of the founders of Hope Paige Designs, Shelly Fisher, gives insight on how medical emergency bracelets work.

"Our bracelets are designed to blend in as everyday jewelry to the untrained eye. But when an emergency arises, doctors and EMTs will look for the medical information engraved on every piece of jewelry that's worn on the left wrist," states Fisher.

Because of the high demand, Hope Paige Designs also offers custom engraved medical bracelets for any medical condition, not just diabetes.

For teens, these chic bracelets give them relief from embarrassment in today's pressured fashion world. But for worried parents, the bracelets offer peace of mind knowing their child's life might be
saved if an emergency occurs.

About Hope Paige Designs: Hope Paige Designs was founded in 2003 and has grown to become one of the leading designers of fashionable awareness jewelry and contemporary medical emergency bracelets. Shelly Hope Fisher and Lisa Paige Hobyak started out making only breast cancer awareness jewelry, but their product line soon expanded to help other organizations such as the Ronald McDonald House Charities, The Make A Wish Foundation, Relay for Life, and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

The company is also the originator of the Cure Diabetes Child Charm, which is now used universally as an awareness item in the fight against juvenile diabetes. With its line of awareness bracelets, pins, key chains, and charms, Hope Paige Designs combines awareness with style, helping those who are fighting for a good cause to spread the word.

More information about Hope Paige Designs is available at the Web address below:

http://www.hopepaige.com

For an interview or more information, please contact Shelly Fisher by
phone or by email.

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