Unmasking the Superheroes of the Food Industry
By By Jamie Truppi
  Asking a nutritionist to define “superfoods” is like asking a 7-year-old to tell you about his favorite superhero character—responses [...]
Ketchum’s new ketamine clinic offers some a reprieve from depression
By By Hayden Seder
It’s hard not to find some source of depression or anxiety these days: from political turmoil, to climate change-induced natural [...]
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy provides a treatment option for a number of conditions
By By Sarah Linville
“The body will heal when it is given the right environment,” said Phil Rainey, sitting in his newly relocated hyperbaric [...]
How to develop flexibility, strength, and focus for the downhill season
By By Kira Tenney
If you have a body, do yoga.” That is the key message from Cathie Caccia, a Wood River Valley specialist [...]
A conversation with physician and author Abraham Verghese
By By Adam Tanous
The first thing one senses in meeting Abraham Verghese—physician, educator, and best-selling author of both nonfiction and fiction works—is a [...]
The 2019 Sun Valley Wellness Festival and Conference
By By McKenna Koon
The Wood River community is no stranger to some of the core tenants of wellness: getting outside on a regular [...]
A spiritual thread that runs from the area's early days to the present
By By Dick Dorworth
Though never mainstream, Buddhism has been an undercurrent of Wood River Valley culture since the late 19th century. The first [...]
A look at Paleo, Keto, and Whole30
By By Karen Bossick
Alex Margolin was intrigued when author Robb Wolf exhorted him to eat like a caveman in the 2010 book, “The [...]
Building strength and stability for ski season
By By McKenna Koon
Whether you choose classic cross-country, skate, or alpine skiing, it’s hard to deny that ski season is quite possibly the [...]
Massage in its many styles
By By Hayden Seder
When it comes to massages, one might picture relaxing, facedown on a table, with a massage therapist gently stroking one’s [...]