Monthly Archives: December 2013

Step Out to Stop Diabetes Walk

Despite torrential rains the Houston/Woodlands Step Out to Stop Diabetes Walk came off with 3,200 walkers on November 23rd .  Congratulations go out Ryan Colburn, President, Regions Bank Step Out Chair and John Ragan, President, NRG Energy Honorary Chair along with … Continue reading

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Camp Rainbow Christmas Tree

The Camp Rainbow Christmas Tree is at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. The kids made the ornaments this past summer. The tree was decorated by members of the Junior League of Houston. It’s in the main lobby of the … Continue reading

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Fending Off the Holiday “Food Police”

How to avoid family food fights started by people who mean well (maybe you) “Should you be eating that?” Those words, even said with the best of intentions, can strike fear and panic in plenty of hearts. And somehow, the … Continue reading

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ADA Annual Meeting and Research Update!

American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting and Research Update Held The Houston Community Leadership Board held its Annual Meeting and Research Update at the Baylor College of Medicine on Wednesday, December 4th.  The meeting was hosted by Dr. Lawrence Chan, Chief … Continue reading

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Make a Tax-Deductible Gift to Stop Diabetes®

Help Us Raise $1 Million for 1 Million Wishes Make your tax-deductible, year-end gift today and help make wishes come true for children and families across America who are living with diabetes. Your generous gift today will help fund critical … Continue reading

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Emotional Path of a Type 2 Diabetes diagnosis

To guide and support individuals with type 2 diabetes, the Association is offering a free 12-month program called Living With Type 2 Diabetes. The program, available in English and Spanish, provides information and offers free guidance to help people learn … Continue reading

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