W.Va. students want to do more with their award-winning research

05/20/2013 | WVVA-TV (Bluefield, W.Va.)

Sixth-graders Brett Napier and Emily Swann were winners in their division at the recent West Virginia Social Studies Fair for their project about the dangers of red dye 40. However, the students don't want to stop with state honors. They say they want to create a public-service announcement and take further steps to educate students and families about side effects associated with the dye.

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