How To Be Fabulous Over 40

How To Be Fabulous Over 40

Dr. Candance Kimbrough-Green, of Dermatology Consultants, speaks about areas of concern she sees among most aging women in her practice. "Many patients who come to my office for cosmetic concerns are interested in the disappearance of minor fine lines, wrinkles and sagging skin—just not feeling as good as they did… Read more...
Embracing the Big 50

Embracing the Big 50

By Amy Meadows Fifty years. Five decades. A semicentennial. A half-century. If it sounds like a lot of time, that's because it is. (It's actually 18,250 days.) But that isn't necessarily a bad thing. In fact, there's a reason the fiftieth year is often called the Jubilee Year. Because it's… Read more...
Jen Hidinger

Jen Hidinger

By Laura Scholz When you are young and in love and have your entire lives ahead of you, you don’t expect your marriage vows—for better, for worse, in sickness and in health—to be tested for a very long time. Fate was not so kind to Jen Hidinger and her husband,… Read more...

February 2016 - Digital Issue

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Dating Over 40

Dating Over 40

    While it may be better to have loved and lost, for mature women and men on the dating scene, the question turns to whether it will be possible to love again. Dating over 40 provides its own challenges, and with 20-plus years of romantic history in the bag,… Read more...
Hair Trends

Hair Trends

  Maybe you're stuck in a rut with your current look, or perhaps you're simply craving a fresh style for the new year. Either way, we've got your roundup of the latest cuts, coloring methods, styling tools and more. For the scoop on what's on point in 2016, we spoke… Read more...
Choosing to Love

Choosing to Love

When Ed Roland first met his wife, he thought she was a guy. Ed had some extra tickets to a football game, and a buddy of his knew a friend who wanted to swing by to pick them up. The way Ed tells the story, he was in a sparsely-furnished… Read more...
Is Sitting Really the New Smoking?

Is Sitting Really the New Smoking?

In the 1940s and '50s, scientists raised the alarm that cigarette smoking contributed to disease. And yet it wasn't until 1964, when the Surgeon General released a report saying definitively that smoking caused lung cancer, that the public began to change behavior. More than 50 years later, we're still fighting… Read more...
Into the Mystic

Into the Mystic

By Amy Meadows You consider yourself to be a pretty healthy person. You exercise and eat right. You get enough sleep. By and large, you feel physically fit. Yet, something seems a bit off. You don't always feel like your body is in balance. It's almost like there's a piece… Read more...
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