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Programs help increase number of healthy babies

Low-income women have more access to education, nutrition programs in US

Doc at W.Va. pain clinic had Texas license revoked

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The operator of a West Virginia pain management clinic where an investigation found needles were being reused on patients had his medical license revoked in Texas a decade ago.

Health officials in Ohio and West...

Possible unsafe practices found at W.Va. clinic

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Health officials in Ohio and West Virginia on Monday advised patients of a pain management clinic in the Northern Panhandle to be tested for blood-borne infectious diseases after an investigation found potentially...

Citizens at health board meeting call for more monitoring

Some say more needs to be revealed about chemical that leaked into river

Rockefeller presses NCAA president on student-athlete exploitation
Rockefeller presses NCAA president on student-athlete exploitation

Senator expressed doubt that colleges would work to end student exploitation

New technology develops better personalized cancer treatments
New technology develops better personalized cancer treatments

Two professors from Marshall University developed a new way to personalize chemotherapy treatments that has proved to be 100 percent accurate thus far.

The process, called ChemoID, was created by Dr. Pier Paolo Claudio, associate professor at...

April survey finds residents wary of water

About 20 percent of households reached experienced some negative effect

West Virginia black lung clinics receive funding

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Clinics get less than hoped for; new federal rules only affect W.Va.

Officials warn consumers to celebrate Independence Day safely
Officials warn consumers to celebrate Independence Day safely

Independence Day traditions can be dangerous without proper precautions

Tick population increasing in W.Va.
Tick population increasing in W.Va.

Health officials warn of diseases the pests spread to humans, pets

W.Va. suspects case of mosquito-borne virus

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — State health officials say they’re investigating West Virginia’s first suspected case of a nasty mosquito-borne virus.

The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Bureau for Public...

‘Biggest Loser’ race set to attract thousands
‘Biggest Loser’ race set to attract thousands

Receive a discount on race fee by using Daily Mail code

State, county officials discuss chemical spill in Washington

Heads of Kanawha health department, DHHR stress need for federal studies

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