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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

Rhonda and Pam Barile
Loving Life: Winter Vim & Vigor
News & Events 11/21/2016

Pam Barile suffered a massive stroke due to a brain aneurysm. The outlook didn't look good but with the support of her family, friends and medical team at UVA, Pam was able to beat the odds and make an inspiring recovery.

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Be Healthy in Your 30s
Prevention 1/21/2016

As you age, your risk for certain health issues changes. We talked with Karl Clebak, MD, for his advice on things to keep an eye on during your 30s and tips to stay healthy throughout the coming years. Clebak is a primary care doctor who works at the UVA Lake…

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2015 in Review: Eric’s Favorites
People of UVA 12/31/2015

Well, 2015 is coming to a close and we are recapping the year by highlighting some of our favorite posts, one that we wrote ourselves and one written by someone else. Feel free to leave a comment and let us know what some of your favorites were, too! Personal Favorite…

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Keep Safety in Mind When Buying Kids Toys
Kids 11/23/2015

The holiday season is here! Spending time with family and friends, warming up next to the fireplace and eating lots of good food are just a few of things we are looking forward to. For many people it will also be time to start shopping for gifts (if you haven’t…

Kathleen McManus, MD
Research Roundup, Oct. 2015: Heart Disease Risk for Teens video post
News & Events, Videos 10/30/2015

This month, researchers announced a new diagnostic test that can help physicians predict teenagers’ future risk of developing heart disease. Researchers also looked at the effects of weight-loss surgery, the heart’s reliance on blood sugar, how the Affordable Care Act benefited low-income HIV patients in Virginia and the number of…

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