Moving Forward

Moving Forward

Karen Hughes, president of ImageAssets and founder of Style YOUniversity and StyleCAMP, got more than she bargained for when she announced her Sofie Made Me Do It! Makeover contest a couple of months ago. StyleCAMP is an interactive workshop designed to help women understand and learn the basics of style.… Read more...
SCAN Foundation

SCAN Foundation

On Saturday, May 29, Perimeter Place will host one of the many walk/run events that tend to crop up in Atlanta this time of year. Like the other events, there will be hundreds of participants who have gathered together to raise awareness and funds for a good cause. There will… Read more...
Atlanta Community Food Bank

Atlanta Community Food Bank

During the holiday season, it’s not uncommon for us to think about—and reach out to—others who are in need, especially those who don’t have enough to eat. Of course, when the new year rolls around, many of us turn our attention to other issues in our lives and unintentionally put… Read more...
Age of Enlightenment

Age of Enlightenment

You can’t turn on your TV these days without seeing at least one commercial for a product that promises to turn back the clock by erasing your fine lines and restoring your youthful appearance. In fact, the concept of anti-aging, or reducing the outward signs of growing older, has spawned… Read more...
JaQuitta Williams

JaQuitta Williams

JaQuitta Williams, 38, has been a TV news anchor and reporter for nearly 20 years. Last year, she decided to make a transition in her career, leaving her job at WSB TV to pursue a career in acting and singing. JaQuitta's change in direction began in July 2007, when she… Read more...
My Best Self: Dr. Jeffrey Semel

My Best Self: Dr. Jeffrey Semel

Dr. Jeff Semel, D.C., a graduate of Life University, has been helping patients in many areas of health and prevention for the past 17 years. Dr. Semel says he is realizing his vision for health and wellness by offering advanced anti-aging medicine at Atlanta Medical Institute. Among his areas of… Read more...

Breaking Bread

Many people just assume that if it says “wheat” on their bread’s packaging, it’s healthy, but there’s more to it than that. Here, we answered your bread questions to help you select the healthiest kind of bread. Q: What kind of wheat bread should we be eating?A: Choose wheat bread… Read more...
Vein, Vein, Go Away

Vein, Vein, Go Away

The worst part of developing leg veins—pain, swelling and itching symptoms aside—may be losing self-confidence. Genes are the No. 1 reason people get vein issues. Other causes are pregnancy and obesity, says Jana Emmett, PA-C, clinical director of VeinInnovations. Feel good about showing your gams again after one of these… Read more...

5 Tips for College-bound Students

College-application season is here, and graduation will be just around the corner soon! Make sure your student is ready to move on to the next level by following these critical steps. 1. Make another appointment with the guidance counselor.It’s crunch time. Your student should make certain that all of the… Read more...

Dewy Skin Is In

The changing colors and shorter days are reminders that the summer sun is now gone and fall is upon us.  The moist air that left your skin feeling soft and supple in the warmer months is now turning cool and dry.  In turn, much like the leaves outside, the skin’s… Read more...