08/22/2013 - The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS, Missouri - Coal producer Peabody Energy Corp. remains obligated to continue health-care benefits for some 3,100 retirees of one of the company's former holdings, an appeals court ruling Wednesday in reversing a bankruptcy judge's absolving Peabody of that tab.
08/22/2013 - Davis Health System
ELKINS - Davis Memorial Hospital is a five-star facility, among the top hospitals in the country, when it comes to providing community value, according to a new study.
08/22/2013 - WVU Health News
MORGANTOWN - Kohl’s Department Stores will present a check for $117,574 to the Kohl’s Healthy Babies program at West Virginia University Children’s Hospital at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 22 at the Kohl’s store on Emily Drive in Clarksburg. Since 2000, Kohl’s has donated $994,611 to the Ruby Memorial Hospital-based WVU Children’s Hospital.
08/22/2013 - WV University Healthcare
MARTINSBURG - On October 19, University Healthcare and The Wellness Center at Berkeley Medical Center will sponsor the 34th annual Apple Trample 5k, an official event of the Mountain State Apple Harvest Festival.
08/22/2013 - The Charleston Gazette. By Dawn Miller.
CHARLESTON - How can West Virginia have a problem with childhood hunger and childhood obesity at the same time?
08/21/2013 - The Charleston Gazette. By Phil Kabler
CHARLESTON - West Virginia's Department of Health and Human Services should be split into two divisions focusing on health care and on human services, a study by Public Works LLC advises.
08/21/2013 - The Charleston Gazette. By Eric Eyre.
CHARLESTON - Toxic methamphetamine labs are poisoning West Virginia's children, senior citizens, police officers and paramedics, according to members of a group studying the state's meth "epidemic."