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An uptick in confronting ‘the silent epidemic of this decade’

Expanding deer populations and rising global temperatures have paved the way for pesky, parasitic ticks to thrive and spread illness to Americans at a more dramatic pace in recent years.

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Meal Ticket

WVU's health care providers write prescriptions for fresh vegetables, see the results in patient health.

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From the source: WVU’s student-run media

Student-run media at WVU is much more than an extracurricular activity — it’s an experience with the power to supercharge careers and transform an industry.

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Committing to Memory

By 2060, the number of Americans with Alzheimer’s is projected to soar to 14 million. Researchers at West Virginia University are working feverishly to impede that trend as much as possible – and to focus on innovative ways to treat existing patients.

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Energy Evolution

At West Virginia University, researchers across varying disciplines including geology, forestry and engineering are exploring alternative and sustainable pathways to power the nation.

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When The Smoke Clears

Slapped with a life sentence for murder, one man fights to prove his innocence with help from WVU law and forensic science experts.

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Ten Years. One Team, Hundreds of Communities

If every resident of Clendenin gathered to watch a match at WVU’s Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium, there would still be 650 seats to spare. The town’s population of about 1,000 isn’t enough to sustain its own mall, movie theater or Walmart. When flooding destro

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