Related Programs: West Virginia MorningAppalachia Health News Mail Pouch Tobacco Signs Still Iconic After All These Years By Beth Vorhees • Dec 10, 2015 Related Programs: West Virginia MorningAppalachia Health News TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit West Virginia Public Broadcasting On West Virginia Morning, Appalachia Health News reporter Kara Lofton looks at childhood lead poisoning and state efforts to combat it. These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia’s story. Listen Listening... / 13:23 Click here to listen to West Virginia Morning Thursday, December 10, 2015. Tags: Appalachia Health NewsLead PoisoningMail Pouch TobaccoWheelingTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content National Report: West Virginia Ranks 24th in Protecting Kids from Tobacco By Associated Press • Dec 8, 2015 Oxfordian Kissuth / wikimedia Commons West Virginia ranks 24th in the country in funding programs to prevent kids from smoking and help smokers quit, according to a national report released today by a coalition of public health organizations. Drug Overdoses Claiming West Virginia's Youth By Kara Leigh Lofton • Nov 24, 2015 Dollar Photo Club West Virginia has the highest rate of youth drug overdose deaths in the country, according to a new national report. The study, produced by the non-profit Trust for America’s Health, found that nationwide, youth drug overdose deaths have more than doubled among people aged 12-25.