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A group of students sitting at a table talking.  

The latest edition of Inside WVU today features the Collegiate Recovery Program providing support for students in recovery from substance use disorders, eating disorders and other behavioral health conditions. Director Cathy Yura and Graduate Assistant Joey Furguson explain how the program works and take us on a tour of Serenity Place – the home of College Recovery at WVU.

The WVU Medicine hospital building with the sun setting behind it.  

Dr. Partho Sengupta specialized in cardiology. February is American Heart Month so Dr. Sengupta is taking the opportunity to talk with Inside WVU today host April Kaull about the challenges of heart and vascular health and what you can do to improve your odds against a heart attack or stroke.

Empty food boxes.  

A group of West Virginia University students is addressing the growing problem of “food deserts” in the state, as the combination of a declining rural population and below average income have left many West Virginians living significant distances from supermarkets and reliable food sources. That project, as Associate Professor John Saldanha explains in the latest edition of Inside WVU today, may not only help with West Virginia’s food access problem, but may also address the problem on a global scale.

A veteran studying on his computer.  

Jerry Wood, director of the WVU Center for Veteran, Military and Family Programs, talks with Inside WVU today host April Kaull about the new Mountaineer Bunker. The 2,500 square-foot facility serves as a welcoming space and support center for student veterans, armed forces personnel and dependents of current and former military service members.