Eric Puffenbarger (Page 3)
Eric, an online marketing specialist for the Health System since August 2014, focuses on email newsletters and contributes to the website and blog. He graduated from James Madison University and has held previous positions in web development and marketing.
In his free time, Eric enjoys spending time at home with his wife and pets, mountain biking, trail running and watching college basketball.
Posts by Eric Puffenbarger
Ketogenic Diet: Safe to Try at Home?
Is the ketogenic diet safe? Hear from UVA registered dietician Diana Gulotta and learn why she only recommends the diet for those under medical supervision.
UVA Named Comprehensive Stroke Center
UVA is now a Comprehensive Stroke Center, which means that our team is ready 24/7 to deliver the most advanced care for stroke and stroke complications. It places us in the top three percent for stroke care nationwide.
Dry Drowning: What You Need to Know
Dry drowning became a hot topic this summer. Learn about the symptoms and get advice from Chris Holstege, MD, Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics.
Caring For Loved Ones: Summer Vim & Vigor
Read how actress Amy Schumer's career was shaped by her father's multiple sclerosis. Plus, how a routine colonoscopy saved one woman's life and more stories from the latest issue of Vim & Vigor.
The Gift of a Kidney: Spring Vim & Vigor
Read the remarkable story of a family's history of kidney transplants, focused ultrasound as a treatment option for essential tremor, the recovery of actor Mark Ruffalo from a rare brain tumor and more in the latest issue of Vim & Vigor.
Finally, Relief From a Chronic Sinus Issue
Carrie Hartman was suffering from a chronic cough due to a sinus issue. After several doctors were unable to find a problem, Spencer Payne, MD, found that a collapsed sinus was the culprit. Learn why Carrie chose the balloon sinuplasty procedure instead of regular sinus surgery.