Most physicians believe that diabetes is incurable… that’s what they’ve been taught. Dialyspa has been proud to sponsor the NKF’s Houston Kidney Walk for the third straight year in a row! Traffic and parking issues take a lot longer than you would expect. The 5-year-old had gone undiagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, and was now in life-threatening diabetic ketoacidosis. Approximately 77 percent of children in Harris County are not getting the hour of daily physical activity recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But, as the saying goes–the days are long, and the years are fast–we are back again with another Walk to look forward to! Dr.
Never getting the change to see this disease cured. All teams have until December 7, 2013 to continue fundraising for their prizes and awards. Walsh began her healthcare career in 1980, holding executive roles at hospitals in Vermont, Arkansas and Texas. As a result of the outstanding work and company support that Sequent and Pivotal has provided to the JDRF cause, Sequent President Doug Schantz was asked to serve as the corporate chair for the 2009 Walk to Cure Diabetes. That in-house position provided valuable insight into how businesses work and what they actually need from their lawyers – both in-house and outside counsel. My lifetime mantra has been something along the lines of: “Short-distance athlete; Volleyball = sprinting 6 feet any given direction, max, and that’s how I like it.” Well, that’s about to change. The YMCA Miracle League at the Lake Houston YMCA is possible in large part thanks to our volunteers known as “buddies.” Buddies support the Miracle League players on and off the field during the game and assist them with batting, running the bases, fielding the ball and in general making sure each child has a great time playing baseball!
A portion of the course will enter the community and a near-by private subdivision who has so kindly allowed us to host a portion of the route and the water station in their neighborhood. We kindly ask that you respect the private property and dispose of all trash in receptacles on the route provided by the ADA. All proceeds raised through registration fees will benefit the American Diabetes Association and The Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes-Houston and help to fund programs such as our Camp Rainbow for children with diabetes, and our Houston Diabetes EXPO.