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|Issue 2, December 2009|
The Foundation for Mount Nittany Medical Center announced that it reached its goal of raising $12.5 million for Commitment to Distinction: The Campaign for Mount Nittany Medical Center. The success was announced before more than 200 guests at the President’s Lounge at Beaver Stadium on Thursday, December 3.
For most Americans, the winter holiday season is a magical time, conjuring feelings of joy, excitement and much anticipation. Regardless of religious affiliation, lots of us take pride in decorating inside and outside our homes in preparation for the holidays. However you choose to celebrate this year, it's important to follow safety precautions in order to avoid holiday mishaps.
On January 4, reconstructive and cosmetic surgery will open at its new location: 100 Radnor Road, Suite 100, State College. The phone number will also change to 814.231.7878.
It can be tough to get kids (and adults) to eat more vegetables and fewer sweets this time of year, but Gary Glenn, certified executive chef at Mount Nittany Medical Center, provides this healthy, cauliflower-based alternative to mashed potatoes. (He says that kids won’t know the difference!) Try it and tell us if they do: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fact or fiction? It needs to be really cold outside for someone to develop hypothermia. Fiction. Prolonged exposure to cold air or water are common causes of hypothermia. This may include falling and being unable to get up (including inside your home—temperature 50-65 degrees F).
The Penn State Lady Lions are raising money at the their annual Pink Zone game on Sunday, January 24 at 1:00 pm at the Bryce Jordan Center.
The game benefits Mount Nittany Medical Center, Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute, Kay Yow Foundation and PA Breast Cancer Coalition.
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