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ATHLETES+CAUSES CLEVELAND

Athletes+Causes Cleveland 2017 was a wonderful celebration of the charitable work of Carlos Carrasco, Joe Smith and Allie LaForce.

Funds raised benefited the Carlos Carrasco Foundation‘s support of early childhood education, and Joe and Allie’s Help Cure HD Foundation which helps families affected by Huntington’s Disease easier by contributing financial, emotional, and mental support while trying to find a cure. The event’s proceeds also supported OhioGuidestone, which provides pathways for growth, achievement and lifelong success to help children, families and communities become stronger; and Cleveland Clinic‘s Huntington’s Disease research.

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Living with Huntington’s Disease:Cleveland Clinic Guide

Living with Huntington’s Disease:Cleveland Clinic Guide

Cleveland_Clinic_Host: Huntington’s Disease (HD) is a disease that affects the brain and causes unsteady and uncontrollable movements in the hands, feet, and face, as well as mental illness. People who have HD develop abnormal movements that eventually affect activities such as walking, talking, and swallowing. HD is an inherited disease; a parent passes it to his or her child. It is also a progressive disease, meaning it gets worse over time, and movement and everyday activities become increasingly harder. Depending on the patient’s age, he or she may suffer with HD for up to 30 years.

Learn About HD from the Cleveland Clinic

Learn About HD from the Cleveland Clinic

Huntington’s disease (HD) is a genetic disease (inherited from a parent) that affects the brain and causes unsteady and uncontrollable movements in the hands, feet, and face. These abnormal movements eventually affect such activities as walking, talking, and swallowing. Psychiatric and behavioral problems are also very common and may often be harder to manage than the involuntary movements themselves.

Athletes and Causes Cleveland

Athletes and Causes Cleveland

ATHLETES AND CAUSES – LOCAL BALLPLAYERS GIVE BACK
Tonight was a special night for a number of local athletes at the event “Athletes and Causes”

‘Help Cure HD’ Important to Reliever Smith

‘Help Cure HD’ Important to Reliever Smith

CLEVELAND — While many players around the Majors may be sporting the names of family members, friends or former coaches on their “thank you” patch of their Players Weekendjerseys, Indians reliever Joe Smith took a different route.

FEATURED EVENTS

   

ATHLETES+CAUSES CLEVELAND

Athletes+Causes Cleveland 2017 was a wonderful celebration of the charitable work of Carlos Carrasco, Joe Smith and Allie LaForce.

Funds raised benefited the Carlos Carrasco Foundation‘s support of early childhood education, and Joe and Allie’s Help Cure HD Foundation which helps families affected by Huntington’s Disease easier by contributing financial, emotional, and mental support while trying to find a cure. The event’s proceeds also supported OhioGuidestone, which provides pathways for growth, achievement and lifelong success to help children, families and communities become stronger; and Cleveland Clinic‘s Huntington’s Disease research.

LATEST NEWS

Living with Huntington’s Disease:Cleveland Clinic Guide

Living with Huntington’s Disease:Cleveland Clinic Guide

Cleveland_Clinic_Host: Huntington’s Disease (HD) is a disease that affects the brain and causes unsteady and uncontrollable movements in the hands, feet, and face, as well as mental illness. People who have HD develop abnormal movements that eventually affect activities such as walking, talking, and swallowing. HD is an inherited disease; a parent passes it to his or her child. It is also a progressive disease, meaning it gets worse over time, and movement and everyday activities become increasingly harder. Depending on the patient’s age, he or she may suffer with HD for up to 30 years.

Learn About HD from the Cleveland Clinic

Learn About HD from the Cleveland Clinic

Huntington’s disease (HD) is a genetic disease (inherited from a parent) that affects the brain and causes unsteady and uncontrollable movements in the hands, feet, and face. These abnormal movements eventually affect such activities as walking, talking, and swallowing. Psychiatric and behavioral problems are also very common and may often be harder to manage than the involuntary movements themselves.

Athletes and Causes Cleveland

Athletes and Causes Cleveland

ATHLETES AND CAUSES – LOCAL BALLPLAYERS GIVE BACK
Tonight was a special night for a number of local athletes at the event “Athletes and Causes”

‘Help Cure HD’ Important to Reliever Smith

‘Help Cure HD’ Important to Reliever Smith

CLEVELAND — While many players around the Majors may be sporting the names of family members, friends or former coaches on their “thank you” patch of their Players Weekendjerseys, Indians reliever Joe Smith took a different route.