08/19/2013 - The Associated Press
CHARLESTON - Behavioral health professionals across West Virginia will gather in Charleston next month to share their best practices and form partnerships.
08/19/2013 - The Times West Virginian. By Mary Wade Burnside.
FAIRMONT - After clearing a few hurdles, Highland-Clarksburg Hospital opens its first wing today, the one that will treat children and adolescents, with a goal of having the rest of the facility open in January.
08/06/2013 - The Intelligencer
WHEELING - There is a lot of uneasiness about Obamacare, primarily because many Americans listen to doom and gloom scenarios by Republicans. Otherwise, health care reform is moving along on schedule to be fully implemented in 2014.
08/06/2013 - The Charleston Daily Mail. By Candace Nelson.
CHARLESTON - Charleston Area Medical Center provided more than $115 million in benefits to the community last year, according to a recent report.
08/06/2013 - The Register-Herald. By Mannix Porterfield.
CHARLESTON - Interest is churning anew in the West Virginia Legislature to tighten the access to pseudoephedrine — a critical element in the making of addictive meth — by requiring a prescription to purchase it.
Behind the push is a batch of alarming statistics, showing that meth lab busts have risen dramatically, despite the use of electronic monitoring of sales via the National Precursor Log Exchange, or NPLEx.
08/06/2013 - The Charleston Daily Mail
CHARLESTON - The Obama administration's Office of Personnel Management is expected to release details later this week on how it will clear up a problem with Affordable Care Act insurance exchange payments to members of Congress and their staffs.
08/06/2013 - The Exponent Telegram. By Darlene Taylor-Morgan.
ROANOKE - National Association of Counties official Riki Hokama addressed commissioners from across the state Monday on issues that not only affect West Virginia but counties throughout the nation.