•  January 01, 2017

Please join us at HOSA’s Community Awareness team’s Glow Run in support of treatments for metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome is a combination of conditions that together increase the risk of heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.  Over 3 million cases of metabolic syndrome are reported in the US annually. Apart from morbid obesity, the conditions associated with metabolic syndrome have no symptoms. The disease is incurable, but can be alleviated with treatment. As such, the disease lasts for years on end, possibly even a lifetime.
In order to raise awareness for and funds for the treatment of Metabolic syndrome, the community awareness team of HOSA will be hosting a Glow Run at Sugar Land Memorial Park and Brazos River Corridor on January 21, 2017 from 5 to 9 PM. Participants in Glo Run 2017 will be given glow in the dark materials (based on package purchase) to stand out and enjoy a night with friends and family while raising money for those individuals suffering from Metabolic Syndrome. All proceeds will go to the American Heart Association. To learn more about the event, visit this link:   
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