Eat Your Colors

Written by Wren Bova this article was first published in VVMC's Vail Health Magazine spring 2016 edition. Free copies are available at newsstands throughout Eagle County. As any home economics instructor will tell you a proper meal... Read More

Improve Your Form to Maximize Performance

This article was first published in VVMC's Vail Health Magazine spring 2016 edition. Free copies are available at newsstands throughout Eagle County. Howard Head Sports Medicine's physical therapists Zack Dicristino MSPT OCS and Ana... Read More

Mama On The Move

Gestating? Expecting? Bun in the oven? No matter what you call it many women are pregnant and wondering whether they can exercise while their bellies grow. Even though I work with pregnant women daily I felt unsure about what I should... Read More

Seeking the Whole Story

This article was originally published in the Vail Daily on Tuesday April 12 2016 by Kirsten Dobroth Editor's note: This is the second article in a two-part series about how to be an educated scientific consumer. Find the first... Read More

Thanks For Pink Vail

Heartfelt thanks to everyone who made Pink Vail 2016 the most successful year yet! When the team at Vail Valley Medical Center first envisioned Pink Vail five years ago we never imagined it would grow to become one of the community's... Read More

Annual Pink Vail breaks fundraising record

This article orginially ran in the Vail Daily on April 3 2016 VAIL — There were pink gorillas unicorns cowboys mohawks fu manchus and $734611 was raised for the Shaw Regional Cancer Center at the fifth annual Pink Vail event on... Read More

Betsy's Spirit of Survival

“It was shocking terrifying humiliating devastating all at the same time” Betsy Seabert explains of hearing her cancer diagnosis. She was at work when she received the call from her doctor and says she began sobbing uncontrollably.... Read More

The Aging Brain

Two thirds of people over the age of 50 fear getting Alzheimer's Disease according to a study presented by local neurologist Dr. Marc Treihaft. And with good reason. Statistics show the lifetime risk of developing Alzheimer's after age... Read More