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State health care facilities to receive federal money

Grants help clinics in underserved, rural areas

No reports in W.Va. of respiratory disease affecting Midwest
No reports in W.Va. of respiratory disease affecting Midwest

Official says no cases of respiratory disease have been reported in W.Va.

West Virginia ranked most obese in nation

Health official says state in a ‘public health crisis’

By MARCUS CONSTANTINO

Daily Mail Staff

West Virginia is tied with Mississippi for the highest obesity rate in the nation, a new report on obesity in America...

Vaccine effective on all types of dengue

PARIS — Sanofi’s experimental vaccine against dengue protected children with all four types of the mosquito-borne illness in a clinical test, a stronger result than shown in a smaller study this year.

In a trial of almost 21,000...

Distance Run competitor balances jobs, baby and exercise ambition
Distance Run competitor balances jobs, baby and exercise ambition

Strong legs and strong will carry runners to the finish each year at the Charleston Distance Run, and among this year’s field, Jennifer Hillenbrand fits that mold as well as any.

Hillenbrand, a 40-year-old Scott Depot resident, builds her ...

Distance runner overcomes hurdles
Distance runner overcomes hurdles

Competitor smoked for 30 years and previously weighed 230 pounds

CAMC leading way for new cardiac procedure

Board also discussed emergency room wait times, budget at regular meeting Weds.

Women and Children’s NICU renovations complete
Women and Children’s NICU renovations complete

Neonatal intensive care unit now more modern, family friendly

Local woman relieved that cousin has survived deadly Ebola virus
Local woman relieved that cousin has survived deadly Ebola virus

Dr. Kent Brantly released from hospital after Ebola treatment

By CHARLOTTE FERRELL SMITH

Daily Mail Staff

Linda Workman, of South Charleston, wants to thank all of those who prayed and showed support for her cousin as he...

Two American Ebola patients released from hospital

ATLANTA — After nearly three weeks of treatment, the two American aid workers who were infected with the deadly Ebola virus in Africa have been discharged from an Atlanta hospital, officials said Thursday.

Their release poses no public...

New restrictions on hydrocodone to take effect

Manchin heralds move for stricter regulations on powerful painkillers

Credit monitoring available for security breach victims

Website, toll-free number set up for health care consumers affected by breach

Nurse sues South Charleston hospital over flu shot

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A South Charleston hospital is being sued by a nurse who says she was required to get a flu shot despite being allergic to the vaccine.

Susan Dean’s lawsuit said a new policy at Thomas Memorial Hospital...

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