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Sound debate: Apple Music or Spotify?
Sound debate: Apple Music or Spotify?

By PJ Mullins

Charleston Catholic High School

There are plenty of online music streaming services available, but Apple Music is easily at the top of the list.

Sound debate: Apple Music or Spotify?
Sound debate: Apple Music or Spotify?

By PJ Mullins

Charleston Catholic High School

There are plenty of online music streaming services available, but Apple Music is easily at the top of the list.

FlipSide Favorites: Music from the ‘60s to now
FlipSide Favorites: Music from the ‘60s to now

By Kendyl Bostic

South Charleston High School

“The Sounds of...

10 things you didn’t about the Grammys
10 things you didn’t about the Grammys

1. The Grammys were created by a group of record company executives.

Like to hike? Try 100 miles in the New River Gorge this year
Like to hike? Try 100 miles in the New River Gorge this year

Looking to get fit in 2016? If you’d rather be in the woods than in the gym, you might consider joining the New River Gorge 100 Mile Challenge. Hikers are encouraged to hike 100 miles in the New River Gorge National River area this year, ...

Screen time can lead to headaches, inactivity

From cell phones and computers to television and tablets, our days are filled with screens. All those screens we look at — from video games and movies to checking emails — can cause eye strain. But there are ways to reduce the strain our ...

Exercise can benefit older adults

Exercise is important at any stage in life, but it can have important benefits for senior adults. According to the National Institute on Aging, regular exercise can reduce a person’s risk of developing chronic conditions. Studies have shown...

Pediatrician offers cures for ‘cabin fever’

Without a good dose of energetic outdoor play and fresh air, kids can get that restless feeling called “cabin fever.” Try these cabin fever cures from WVU Medicine pediatrician Linda Nield, MD, to help you and your family members get...

Snow excuses: Olympic hopeful Clara Santucci answers questions about winter weather training
Snow excuses: Olympic hopeful Clara Santucci answers questions about winter weather training

Q: How did you handle Winter Storm Jonas? Did you take time to appreciate the power and beauty of it?

Shoveling snow and safety: What you should know
Shoveling snow and safety: What you should know

Winter and snowfall go hand-in-hand in places like West Virginia, but public health experts warn that trying to clear too much snow too quickly the old-fashioned way can have disastrous results for people with underlying heart problems.

Seasonal depression: the signs, symptoms and treatments

A person’s mood can change like the seasons, but for those whose moods seem to change with the seasons, the culprit could be a condition that affects as many as 3 million Americans every year — Seasonal Affective Disorder.

State health officer: To quit smoking takes support, patience
State health officer: To quit smoking takes support, patience

As the new year rolls on, many are struggling with one resolution that can be hard to keep — giving up tobacco.

More efficient vaccine leads to milder flu season
More efficient vaccine leads to milder flu season

Although flu season is well underway, reports of the virus in West Virginia have been low this winter, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention only reporting sporadic cases in the state.

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