West Virginia’s archery and crossbow seasons open Sept. 29
West Virginia’s 2018 archery and crossbow hunting seasons begin Sept. 29. (Photo courtesy of the West Virginia Department of Commerce.)

West Virginia’s archery and crossbow seasons open Sept. 29

SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia's 2018 archery and crossbow seasons for white-tailed deer, black bear and wild boar will open Saturday, Sept. 29. The archery and crossbow deer and…

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Motorists urged to be extra cautious during fall months to avoid deer collisions
DNR advises motorists to be cautious in the fall months to avoid collisions with deer. (Photo courtesy of the West Virginia Department of Commerce)

Motorists urged to be extra cautious during fall months to avoid deer collisions

FRENCH CREEK, W.Va. — The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources urges motorists to exercise caution while driving during the fall months because vehicle collisions with deer typically increase during…

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WVU business and engineering students capture fourth consecutive win in supply chain competition
Winners of the Race to the Case Supply Chain Management Competition held at the University of Pittsburgh. The team was made up of two students each from the College of Business and Economics and the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources. September 24, 2018. (J. Alex Wilson - WVU College of Business and Economics)

WVU business and engineering students capture fourth consecutive win in supply chain competition

It was a sign of things to come in October 2015, when a West Virginia University team made up of supply chain and industrial engineering students went to the University…

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Meditation and music may improve memory of those at-risk for Alzheimer’s Disease
Kim Innes, a professor in the WVU School of Public Health’s Department of Epidemiology, researches the effects of meditation on various populations, including individuals who exhibit signs of subjective cognitive decline. The condition often precedes Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

Meditation and music may improve memory of those at-risk for Alzheimer’s Disease

September is World Alzheimer’s Month, and subjective cognitive decline, or SCD, can be a warning sign for the disease. Symptoms can include losing one’s train of thought, forgetting the content…

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