Brow-Raising Beauty

Brow-Raising Beauty

When it comes to drawing attention to your eyes, ways to use shadow and liner techniques abound, but a pair of perfectly shaped brows sets off any gaze—even on makeup-free days. To achieve and maintain the best brow looks, we've turned to some experts for their take on treatment options… Read more...
A Family Affair

A Family Affair

By Amy Meadows   Moss Robertson knows he made the right choice when his seven-year-old grandson visits him at work. "He's ready to be a trainer," beams the proud grandfather, who decided against retirement in 2014 to open metro Atlanta's first location of The Exercise Coach®, a revolutionary personal fitness… Read more...
Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s

By Amy Meadows Say hi to ..." Her voice trailed off. "Your buddy!" She chirped a moment later. I knew what my grandmother was trying to say as we exchanged goodbyes on the phone. But she couldn't remember my husband's name. She couldn't even remember the word "husband." It was… Read more...
Changing Lives Inside and Out

Changing Lives Inside and Out

The 2016 Over 40 & Fabulous! Advisory Board members share memorable client and patient success stories.   Crown of Glory Steve Hightower is proud to serve all types and ages of clients, including those with fine and thinning hair. He tells us: "I'm happy to be known for special cutting… Read more...
Y’all, Set the Table!

Y’all, Set the Table!

For over a decade, Atlanta Food & Wine Festival (AFWF) founders Elizabeth Feichter and Dominique Love have built a partnership that supports charitable giving, nourishes community, celebrates Southern cuisine and, now, even plants a vineyard ... right smack in the middle of Midtown Atlanta. The two met years ago, when… Read more...
Sweet Slumber

Sweet Slumber

by Morgan A. McLaughlin McFarland Sleep is as strong a biological need as food, water and shelter. Without adequate sleep, physical health degrades and mental health suffers. Sleep deprivation wreaks such profound havoc on the mind and body that it's used in some cultures as an enhanced interrogation technique for… Read more...
Loosening the Stroke Belt

Loosening the Stroke Belt

By Katie Lambert Southerners live in what the Centers for Disease Control calls the "Stroke Belt," an area made up of people who are both more likely to suffer a stroke and more likely to die from one. The one thing doctors who treat stroke victims wish you knew? How… Read more...
Healthy Nails

Healthy Nails

By Taylor Arnold Handshakes have long been a universal greeting—so hands and nails are often the first gesture we present to others. But aside from the occasional trim or manicure, many people fail to properly care for their nails. While imperfections such as ridges, cracks or inflamed cuticles may seem… Read more...
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