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Rides to Remember Rides to Remember
86 weeks ago - Town and gown
Breast cancer. These two simple yet terrifying words heard by many women and their families and friends are never cause for celebration. But thanks to a partnership between Fullington Trail- ways, the Penn State Lady Lions basketball team, and the Penn State Pink Zone, breast cancer survivors across [Read More]
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Take Control: How to Avoid Medication Errors Take Control: How to Avoid Medication Errors
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Katelin Speer
Mistakes happen -- we all know that. Some mistakes, however, are more costly than others. Errors can lead to severe side effects and even death. It's important for you, as a consumer and patient, to take these proactive steps to help avoid medication errors. [Read More]

The Gold Standard: Centre LifeLink Top Rated Ambulance Service The Gold Standard: Centre LifeLink Top Rated Ambulance Service
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Matt Allibone
State College's Centre LifeLink EMS has been reaccredited for meeting national standards of excellence. It's one of only six ambulances in Pennsylvania to meet these standards. [Read More]

NCAA Ordered to Produce New Witnesses, Court Denies Request to Withhold Documents NCAA Ordered to Produce New Witnesses, Court Denies Request to Withhold Documents
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
On Wednesday, Commonwealth Court Judge Anne Covey ordered Emmert and thirteen other officers to appear for an out-of-court hearing known as a deposition "without delay" to speak about the lawsuit brought against the NCAA by State Senator Jake Corman and Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord. [Read More]

Breast Health: What You Need to know Breast Health: What You Need to know
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Brittany Svoboda
Knowing the facts about when you should start breast cancer screenings, what new technology is out there, and how to be proactive about breast health is essential to staying healthy and cancer-free. [Read More]

To Your Health: Protect Yourself From Coronary Artery Disease and Heart Attacks To Your Health: Protect Yourself From Coronary Artery Disease and Heart Attacks
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jonathan Nachtigall, DO
Coronary artery disease typically develops over a long period of time. Arteries can become damaged over time due to things like smoking or high blood pressure, and the disease can often go unnoticed until you have a heart attack. [Read More]

Farmers Growing Relationships With State College Students Farmers Growing Relationships With State College Students
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michele Marchetti
The "Farmer Comes to School" program gives kids a chance to meet the people growing those fruit and veggies. "It's created a dialogue, maybe not around farming, but around farms and the question of where our food comes from," Sapia says. [Read More]

Pregnancy Resource Clinic to Celebrate 30 Years With Fundraising Event Pregnancy Resource Clinic to Celebrate 30 Years With Fundraising Event
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Brittany Svoboda
"We hope that when people leave, they think 'I really matter,'" Helland says. "We're more than your typical doctor's office." So far this year, the clinic has seen about 450 individual clients and has had about 780 total visits. [Read More]

Woman Donates Kidney to Penn State Graduate After Reading StateCollege.com Report Woman Donates Kidney to Penn State Graduate After Reading StateCollege.com Report
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jennifer Miller
"Ironically, when I read the story I knew I'd be a match. I just felt it. And when I told my fiancé I had to do all this extensive testing to see if I was a match he said, 'let's be honest we already know your going to be,'" says Hawk. [Read More]

Thyroid Cancer Rates in Pennsylvania Rising Faster Than Rest of Country Thyroid Cancer Rates in Pennsylvania Rising Faster Than Rest of Country
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette
"Thyroid cancer is now the seventh leading type of cancer in the nation. It typically occurs in young women and is projected to become the third most common cancer in women by 2019." [Read More]

Police Launch Pedestrian Safety Outreach Program Following Fatal Accident Police Launch Pedestrian Safety Outreach Program Following Fatal Accident
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jennifer Miller
The incident highlights the importance of pedestrian, bicyclist and motorist safety in a community like State College, which is known for its high pedestrian and bicyclist traffic. [Read More]

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