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WVU researchers sift through the smoke to see how burn pits make veterans ill

Researchers in the West Virginia University School of Medicine are using a customized stove in the Inhalation Facility to safely examine the harm that burn pit exposure can do. The stove burns pellets the School of Forestry has made to resemble the composition of burn pits at Iraq’s busiest military bases.

WVU research shows healthy communication after divorce should be all about the kids

When it comes to keeping the lines of communication open after a divorce, West Virginia University researchers Jonathon Beckmeyer and Jessica Troilo say you can have far too much of a good thing. Their study of 708 divorced parents of children under 18 shows even innocuous chitchat between divorced co-parents can put kids’ well-being at risk.