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10/20/2014 - WV Metro Mews. By Jennifer Smith.
CHARLESTON - The president and CEO of the West Virginia Hospital Association, following a conference call Friday with the Centers for Disease Control, said the state’s healthcare workers are prepared in case a Ebola epidemic hits the U.S.
10/20/2014 - WV Metro Mews. By Aaron Payne.
CHARLESTON - A plan written by the state Department of Health and Human Resources will be implemented to increase pay for some employees at the two psychiatric hospitals in the state.
10/20/2014 - The Associated Press. Matt Stroud.
MORGANTOWN - No Ebola cases have emerged in West Virginia, but hospitals, state health official and residents are preparing for the worst.
10/20/2014 - The Associated Press
CHARLESTON - A teen advisory council that’s part of a West Virginia youth tobacco prevention movement wants to spread its message across the state.

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