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Saint Elizabeth Stroke Center Brings MEGA Brain to Lancaster County Fair
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Saint Elizabeth Stroke Center Brings MEGA Brain to Lancaster County Fair

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Have you ever wanted to step inside someone’s head? Here is your chance. MEGA Brain™, the world's only inflatable, walk-through brain exhibit, is coming to the Lancaster County Fair on Wednesday, August 7 from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

• Visitors will be able to walk through the interactive, educational exhibit about the human brain. They will enter through the frontal lobe and exit through the cerebellum.

• Throughout the tour, visitors will learn about the various brain structures and normal brain function, observe examples of brain trauma and disease and view displays explaining some of the latest neurological medical technologies.

· The MEGA Brain features in-depth information about many diseases and health issues affecting the brain, including strokes, brain aneurysm, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, brain tumors, traumatic brain injury and more.

· Stroke is the fourth highest cause of death in the United States. Saint Elizabeth Stroke Center brings the MEGA Brain to Lincoln to raise awareness about strokes and risk factors of a stroke.

More information at: http://www.saintelizabethonline.com/-patients-a-visitors-mainmenu-2/events-programs-and-classes/mega-brain.html

Car Seat Check

Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center, 555 South 70th Street

Saturday, August 10, 9 a.m. – Noon

Car seat inspection at no charge

Bring your own car seat and child

Expectant parents welcome

Register early, only 24 appointments can be scheduled

Each appointment is 45 minutes

Limited number of car seats available at no cost for those that qualify

Call 402-219-7000 to register for an appointment, request a financial form or with questions.

To qualify for a car seat at no cost, a financial form must be completed by Monday, August 5.

Car seats donated by Aidan’s Animals. Sponsored by Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center, Safe Kids® Nebraska and Aidan’s Animals.

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