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Blame It On The Alcohol

This article was printed in the Vail Daily on December 18, 2017 by Laura Bell. When it comes to your health, there’s good news and bad about consuming moderate amounts of alcohol   Every other year, alcohol is given... Read More

Aging Hormones

Hormones are chemical messengers that keep the body functioning. From regulating metabolism and sleep cycles to controlling immune function and sex drives, they are key to how the body works — or doesn’t. Suffering hot... Read More

How To Fill Your Plate

When it comes to filling your plate, think quality over quantity. Building a meal centered around nutrient-dense, wholesome fruits and vegetables is an important part of this philosophy, and one that makes it hard to overeat or eat... Read More

Vacation Workouts

Though many hotels offer state-of-the-art fitness facilities for the healthy-minded traveler, there is no need to leave the privacy of your hotel room (or home) to exercise. Howard Head Sports Medicine’s physical therapists share... Read More

Combating high altitude sickness

This article was written by Laura Bell and originally published in the Vail Daily on October 16, 2017.  Stop in your local City Market and you will find hydrogen-infused water in the nutrition center. The first company to... Read More

Vote YES For Mental Health - Ballot Issue 1A

On the front lines where our police officers, paramedics, nurses and physicians see mental illness and substance abuse on full display, it is scary and heartbreaking. These issues affect every age and income level in Eagle County. Our... Read More

Eat Like A Dietitian

Nutrition experts aren’t perfect when it comes to eating, but they do usually implement the main pillars of a balanced diet: nutrition, variety and moderation.  Unfortunately, there is not a cookie-cutter methodology that... Read More

Could It Be Brain Fog?

Brain fog: it’s as if your thoughts must squeeze through a porous sponge before they come out of your mouth. It’s difficult to focus — wait — what focus? Moments of confusion ensue. Oh, and memory: Searching for... Read More