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Run with Players and Coaches in Support of State College Football Run with Players and Coaches in Support of State College Football
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
"They mean a lot. They do everything for us. They give us meals for after games, they get us equipment, and practice gear. They probably make the team more than the players make the team. Without them it would be possible." [Read More]
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Run with Players and Coaches in Support of State College Football Run with Players and Coaches in Support of State College Football
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
"They mean a lot. They do everything for us. They give us meals for after games, they get us equipment, and practice gear. They probably make the team more than the players make the team. Without them it would be possible." [Read More]

Penn State Researchers Uncover New Trends In Teenage Drug Use Penn State Researchers Uncover New Trends In Teenage Drug Use
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“It’s like asking, ‘if you use cigarettes, what are the odds you’re also going to use marijuana,’ but that assumes that relationship is a universal constant. Our approach is to say that relationship is changing over time,” says John Dziak, a researcher with the Penn State Methodology Ce [Read More]

Recognizing the Symptoms of a Silent Heart Attack Recognizing the Symptoms of a Silent Heart Attack
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette
“Women often experience chest pain differently, such as fatigue or tiredness, and not the typical pressure in the center of their chest,” Chambers said. “Diabetics may have damaged nerve fibers and therefore may have less ability to sense pain.” [Read More]

To Your Health: Breastfeeding Benefits for You and Your Baby To Your Health: Breastfeeding Benefits for You and Your Baby
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Susan Chase
Early introduction of foods other than breast milk has risks, as the infant's digestive and immune systems are still developing. Your baby may also be at increased risk for developing allergies, diarrhea, choking, disease from food-borne illnesses, excess weight gain, and high blood pressure. [Read More]

Devon Still Accepts Jimmy V. Perseverance Award On Behalf Of Leah Devon Still Accepts Jimmy V. Perseverance Award On Behalf Of Leah
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, Doug Leeson
Former Penn State defensive tackle and current Cincinnati Bengal Devon Still accepted one of the most honored awards in the sporting community tonight on behalf of his daughter.“You beat cancer by how you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live.” [Read More]

How Breast Density Can Affect Cancer Screenings How Breast Density Can Affect Cancer Screenings
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
The switch to digital mammography improved identification of cancer in dense breast tissue by 30 percent, but for some women, that's still not good enough. Pennsylvania and 20 other states require radiologists to include information about breast density in every mammogram report. [Read More]

To Your Health: Decision to Donate Cord Blood Can Help Save Lives To Your Health: Decision to Donate Cord Blood Can Help Save Lives
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Theodore Hovick
July is recognized as Cord Blood Awareness Month. Cord blood is the blood that is left over from the umbilical cord and the placenta after giving birth. This blood is rich in stem cells and has been proven to aid in treating cancers such as leukemia or lymphoma. [Read More]

Police Targeting Aggressive Drivers Over Holiday Weekend Police Targeting Aggressive Drivers Over Holiday Weekend
5 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Abhar Shah
Nationwide, AAA projects that 41,000,000 people will be driving over the Independence Day weekend. "Weekend events like 4thFest draw a lot of people from out of town," says Winkelblech. "So because of the amount of people you have on the road, there are going to be more accidents." [Read More]

Mount Nittany Medical Center Now Offering a Cord Blood Donation Program Mount Nittany Medical Center Now Offering a Cord Blood Donation Program
7 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
Cord blood is used to help treat cancers such as leukemia or lymphoma, life-threatening blood disorders, and more. One of the biggest benefits of cord blood is the fact that it does not have to be a direct match with the recipient's tissue type. [Read More]

Precautions, Preparations Help Pa. Brace for Potential Avian Flu Threat Precautions, Preparations Help Pa. Brace for Potential Avian Flu Threat
7 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
Nationwide, about 45 million birds — most from commercial egg and turkey farms — have died in the current outbreak. "These plans are like having a fire extinguisher," Martin says. "You hope you never have to use it, but if you need it, you're awfully glad you have it." [Read More]

Dementia and Caregiver Support Groups Seek Participants Dementia and Caregiver Support Groups Seek Participants
8 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
Each week, BrainBuilders clients will participate in structured and appropriate activities to stimulate attention, memory and thinking skills. The program will focus on socialization, participation and enjoyment of group activities. [Read More]

Adopt-A-Pet at Centre County PAWS Adopt-A-Pet at Centre County PAWS
8 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - StateCollege.com Staff
Ricotta is a friendly girl, who bumps, rubs and wiggles all over people to get their attention. This pretty two-year-old pretty calico was rescued as a stray. She is gentle and just loved to be petted. Did you notice that she has really beautiful eyes? [Read More]

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