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To Your Health: Mother Yourself on Mother's Day To Your Health: Mother Yourself on Mother's Day
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Angela Hardyk
As mothers, we spend a lot of time taking care of others. From, "sit up straight" to "turn down that noise," we're always looking for ways to help our kids stay healthy. But Mother's Day is the perfect time to stop and think about taking care of ourselves. [Read More]
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To Your Health: Mother Yourself on Mother's Day To Your Health: Mother Yourself on Mother's Day
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Angela Hardyk
As mothers, we spend a lot of time taking care of others. From, "sit up straight" to "turn down that noise," we're always looking for ways to help our kids stay healthy. But Mother's Day is the perfect time to stop and think about taking care of ourselves. [Read More]

To Your Health: Give Your Health a Spring Cleaning To Your Health: Give Your Health a Spring Cleaning
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Cara Dellegrotti
Just like you need to defrost the freezer and steam clean the drapes to spruce up your house, spring cleaning your health can be beneficial, too. If you haven't done some regularly scheduled maintenance in a while, it's time. Here are 10 ways to give your body a thorough spring cleaning. [Read More]

Centre Region at High Risk for Lyme Disease Centre Region at High Risk for Lyme Disease
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Report
A study recently released by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection says Lyme Disease is now found in every county in the state. Not only that, it's most prevalent in the North-Central Region which includes the State College area. Details from the Centre County Report. [Read More]

Arcade Snake In Your Body: How A Penn State Startup Could Transform Surgery Arcade Snake In Your Body: How A Penn State Startup Could Transform Surgery
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, C.J. Doon
“The goal is to shrink it as much as possible where you can do procedures inside the human brain,” Reading says. “That’d be us going above and beyond our expectations and winning on all levels.” [Read More]

Penn State Athlete Scores in Battle Against Kidney Disease Penn State Athlete Scores in Battle Against Kidney Disease
6 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Report
Penn State tennis player Michael Reilly was knocked out of action by kidney disease but he's battling back, on and off the court. As the Centre County Report found out, Reilly is now looking to score points in two different ways -- by helping his team and helping others who have kidney disease. [Read More]

Stop Sneezing! Reduce Spring Allergies Now Stop Sneezing! Reduce Spring Allergies Now
7 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
The grass is green, the flowers are blooming, the sun is shining and the weather is warming up. While there’s a beauty to seeing flowers and trees come back to life, it’s the blooming process that releases pollen into the atmosphere. But there are some things you can do to lessen the symptoms. [Read More]

To Your Health: Communicating With Someone Who has Hearing Loss To Your Health: Communicating With Someone Who has Hearing Loss
8 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Leslie Purcell
Hearing loss currently affects more than 36 million Americans. More than half of all hearing-impaired persons are younger than 65. We have some simple to follow tips to help you communicate with anyone who has a hearing loss. Number one: Talk face-to-face. [Read More]

Ken Burns Documentary Featuring Emily Whitehead Airs This Week Ken Burns Documentary Featuring Emily Whitehead Airs This Week
8 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, Brandilyn Heckman
Whitehead’s story will be featured in the ‘future’ portion of the series on cancer. She was the first to receive the experimental T-Cell therapy which is regarded as a potentially widespread way for cancer to be treated in the future. [Read More]

Fear of Flying Pales Next to Suicide Statistics Fear of Flying Pales Next to Suicide Statistics
9 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Patty Kleban
Researchers at MIT have suggested that people are 19 times safer in an airplane than in a car. Perhaps the statistics we should be concerned about are those that track the alarming suicide rates in today's culture. [Read More]

Judges' Lawsuits Against Centre County Unsealed Judges' Lawsuits Against Centre County Unsealed
9 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
"Because the County has not respected the fact that the case was filed under seal...the public has relieved incomplete information about the nature of the case," the motion to unseal reads. [Read More]

Protect Your Kidneys as You Age Protect Your Kidneys as You Age
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Harry Zimbler
The occurrence of chronic kidney disease is on the rise according to the National Kidney Foundation. Nearly 30 million people have the disease, with millions more at risk for it. It can be caused by many factors including high blood pressure and diabetes. [Read More]

Warmer Weather Finally Arrives, Could Have Positive Psychological Effects Warmer Weather Finally Arrives, Could Have Positive Psychological Effects
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“Because of the cold, we tend to isolate ourselves and become much more sedentary over the winter,” Klein says. “The things that can help you when you’re depressed – like exercising, socializing and not isolating yourself – can become much more difficult. [Read More]

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