Live Strong, Live Long

Live Strong, Live Long

By Alex McCray When it comes to the longevity of men’s health, there’s no getting around it, the numbers are bleak. According to Harvard Health Publications, women live an average of five years longer than men in the U.S. While there isn’t much that can be done about that Y… Read more...
Body by Design

Body by Design

By Ruksana Hussain   In 2016, interior designer Kerry Howard’s career was on a high note. He had previously restructured his business to allow him to become more involved in the day-to-day aspects of design he loved most. His health however, could not have been worse. At 351 pounds, Howard’s… Read more...
Avoid Brain Drain

Avoid Brain Drain

By Amy Meadows   Sharp as a tack. On the ball. Quick on the uptake. That’s how we all want to be described as we age, right? We want to be seen as able, perceptive, rational and quick-witted. We want our mind to function as well at 80 as it… Read more...
The “It” Factor

The “It” Factor

Photography by Sawyer Photography We all know the spiel for buckling down against the affects of aging—take care of your skin, pack your plate with nutrients, and exercise regularly. Is that all there is to preserving youth? What about those women who have the wow factor? They are beautiful, yes,… Read more...
2017 Over 40 & Fabulous! Winners

2017 Over 40 & Fabulous! Winners

Photos by Sawyer Photography Move over millennials, these Over 40 & Fabulous! contest winners steal the spotlight. From business to broadcasting, health care to human rights, and fitness to philanthropy, our winners reflect the energy and enthusiasm that makes 40 and beyond a season of life to celebrate. Meet them… Read more...
Meet the Experts Who Keep Atlanta Young

Meet the Experts Who Keep Atlanta Young

Dermatology & Skin CareAshley R. Curtis, M.D.Board-Certified DermatologistDermatology Associates of Atlanta How did you become interested in your profession? What originally inspired you to pursue this field? As a child, I actually went to the dermatologist quite often because I had a family history of skin cancer, and because I… Read more...
In My Father’s Footsteps

In My Father’s Footsteps

By Katherine Michalak When that 1974 folk song, "Cat's in the Cradle," by Harry Chapin starts playing on the radio, it triggers a lump in the throat or misty eyes. Those precious childhood years are fleeting, and all too often, even the most well-intentioned fathers may struggle as life's busyness… Read more...
Back Pain

Back Pain

By Amy Meadows The commercials make it look so easy. Just take two pills, and back pain will dissipate like magic so you can return to living a carefree life. Of course, if you're like one of the 31 million people who, according to the American Chiropractic Association, experience low… Read more...
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