Spin Through Summer

Spin Through Summer

By Amelia Pavlik Imagine the feeling of a cool breeze whipping past your cheeks as you fly down a hill on a bike. Whether you're 7 or 70, this energizing feeling never gets old. Now that summer is in full swing, what better way to enjoy the warmer temperatures –… Read more...
Men’s Health: The Boys Are Back

Men’s Health: The Boys Are Back

By Kathy Kantorski Healthy lifestyle changes and regular check-ups make these men feel years younger! Annual check-ups are a crucial part of staying healthy – after all, you don't know what steps to take if you don't know where you're starting. In addition to your regular check-ups, it's especially important… Read more...
Sam Champion: Loving Life in Atlanta

Sam Champion: Loving Life in Atlanta

By Amy Meadows It was early 2010. Sam Champion, the beloved, award-winning weather anchor for ABC's top-rated "Good Morning America" was dealing with something that was all too familiar to him: skin cancer. His first diagnosis came in his mid-20s, and by his mid-40s, he knew the drill. He had… Read more...
Hair Apparent

Hair Apparent

By Amy Meadows It was 1988, and Ken Anderson was talking to the father of a friend. The young man knew he wanted to be a physician, but he also had a passion for art. He had always been the class artist in grade school, and his parents purchased a… Read more...
My Best Self: Rich Kenah

My Best Self: Rich Kenah

Every year on July 4, the Atlana Track Club hosts the world's largest 10K: the Peachtree Road Race. Executive Director Rich Kenah heads up this organization and brings years of Olympic-level running experience to the planning and execution of this fantastic event. Kenah's event was the 800, and he brought… Read more...
Get Your Daily Dose of Vitamin D

Get Your Daily Dose of Vitamin D

  by Morgan A. McLaughlin McFarland Vitamin D is an essential component in absorbing calcium to the body and preventing several serious health problems. Our own bodies actually produce this vitamin, yet vitamin D deficiency has become widespread in the United States. Vitamin D deficiency has no reliable symptoms, either,… Read more...
Anti-Aging Defined

Anti-Aging Defined

By Kathy Kantorski Aging sucks – we all know it. An entire industry has been built to resist it and try to reverse its effects on the body. Skin care is likely the largest niche of the anti-aging industry, yet surprisingly, it is mostly unregulated. "Most people assume that the… Read more...
2015 Over 40 & Fabulous! Contest Winners

2015 Over 40 & Fabulous! Contest Winners

          During this year's Over 40 & Fabulous! contest, you voted these contestants as the most fabulous of Atlanta's over-40 crowd. They're fitness studio owners, nonprofit CEOs, doctors, moms and more. Meet them all – and the contest's Advisory Board members – on the next pages!… Read more...
Robert Pritchard - Worthy, Stroke survivor

After Stroke: The Road to Recovery

  By Amy Meadows You've been admitted to the hospital with symptoms like weakness on one side of your body, facial drooping and difficulty speaking. A CT scan and an MRI have confirmed what you and your family feared: you've had a stroke. What happens next? While there is ample… Read more...
Exploring local sustainable food options

At the Farmers Market

By Morgan A. McLaughlin McFarland With water shortages threatening food production in several states and a growing awareness of the potential health risks of some genetically modified food, eating local food has never been more important. Locally produced organic or sustainably farmed food lowers fossil fuel consumption and minimizes pollution… Read more...
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