A West Virginia University economist sees Super Bowl LVIII, being held for the first time Sunday (Feb. 11) at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, as the fulfillment of an economic promise to Sin City that likely won't pay off in any supersized way.
During February’s Heart Health Month, a West Virginia University Extension expert is offering advice on simple steps to improve heart health. Gwen Crum, a Family and Community Development agent and assistant professor, says adjusting diets and adding more exercise, even in small ways, can make a real difference.
Amid allegations of sexual assaults involving players at multiple levels, cover ups and slush fund payouts to victims, Walter DeKeseredy, professor and Anna Deane Carlson Endowed Chair of Social Sciences in the West Virginia University Eberly College of Arts and Sciences and director of the WVU Research Center on Violence, predicts radical changes are ahead for hockey nationally and internationally.
Dr. Stephen Pachuta, who will be part of a health care panel during the West Virginia Press Association’s Legislative Lookahead Friday (Jan. 5) in Charleston, sees continual investments in innovation within dental education as key to serving the oral health care needs of West Virginia residents.
Erienne Olesh, executive director of the WVU Office of Student and Faculty Innovation, will speak about the economic value of partnerships with local and state governments during the West Virginia Press Association’s Legislative Lookahead Friday (Jan. 5) in Charleston.
Bad news: if you are planning to start a diet as your New Year’s resolution, you probably won’t stick to it. It’s not your fault. Studies have shown that restrictive diets have high rates of failure, and one West Virginia University expert suggests making a few small changes to your nutrition and physical activity are more sustainable and have a larger impact on your health in the long term.
A West Virginia University fire safety expert offers reminders to help you and your family enjoy a fire-free holiday season full of joy and festivity and protected from potential fire and safety hazards.
School might be taking a break for the holidays but that doesn’t mean students’ learning and fun have to stop. Two West Virginia University experts offer STEM and physical activity ideas to keep youths engaged and moving during break.
Two West Virginia University experts are calling a proposal from the Environmental Protection Agency to make drinking water safer by replacing all water service lines containing lead in the United States within 10 years “historic” and “proactive.”