Experts used to believe there was no Lyme Disease in West Virginia. But now they've found that Lyme Disease is not only here in the Mountain State, it's increasing dramatically. Dr. Kathy Moffett and Dr. John Phillips explain how to spot and prevent Lyme Disease in this WVU Medicine Health Report.
WVU Medicine Children’s is making it easier for children and families in the Eastern Panhandle to make appointments with specialists with the help of a telemedicine clinic that is now open in Martinsburg.
Ezequiel Salido, M.D., Ph.D., a second-year post-doctoral fellow at the WVU Eye Institute, received a $65,000 grant from the Knights Templar Eye Foundations (KTEF), Inc., to study the matrix between the photoreceptor and retinal pigment epithelial cells at the back of the eye.
A cough may seem like a small annoyance to many, but to Diana Clark, it disrupted her life. She lived with it for 15 years until a doctor at the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute offered a solution.