My Best Self: Tracy Nicole

My Best Self: Tracy Nicole

By Beth Carter With more than a decade of experience in the fashion industry, Atlanta designer Tracy Nicole has achieved national recognition and built a celebrity-studded client roster through her Tracy Nicole Clothing line. Just a few years ago, Tracy had achieved success in her work and as a mom… Read more...
Meet TurningPoint Founder Jill Binkley

Meet TurningPoint Founder Jill Binkley

By Amy Meadows When Jill Binkley received her second breast cancer diagnosis in 2007, she knew what to expect. The busy mother of three underwent the same treatment that she had seven years earlier at the age of 40: a mastectomy followed by chemotherapy and radiation. But there were some… Read more...
Navigating Life After Breast Cancer

Navigating Life After Breast Cancer

By Kathy Kantorski In the spring of 1999, a woman was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. Her annual mammogram six months prior didn't detect any tumors; in a matter of weeks, the tumor had formed, and the cancer had advanced to a near-fatal stage. She underwent a lumpectomy, chemotherapy… Read more...
Our Top 10 Picks for Workout Wear

Our Top 10 Picks for Workout Wear

By Amelia Pavlik The perfect pair of comfy running shoes could carry you over the finish line at this year's fall 5Ks. Workout capris can make you feel fabulous whether you're at bootcamp or brunch. Whether it helps you perform better in that race or just makes you look good,… Read more...
A Gentler Approach

A Gentler Approach

As a child, Assia Stepanian, MD, knew that she would make a difference in the field of medicine. The daughter of two renowned physicians, the Moscow-raised founder of Atlanta-based Academia Women’s Health & Endoscopic Surgery has brought a wide variety of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (MIGS) options to patients in… Read more...
My Best Self: Carden Wyckoff

My Best Self: Carden Wyckoff

You likely wouldn't bat an eye if we told you that recent UGA grad Carden Wyckoff has interests and desires just like many young adults: graduating college, catching favorite artists at Piedmont Park music festivals and joining her brother in Spartan Races. But when you realize she has muscular dystrophy… Read more...
Healthy Families

Healthy Families

Ovarian Cancer Though Mom may be the only one in the family to be at risk for an ovarian cancer diagnosis, it has the potential to affect husbands and kids too. Doug Barron and Chase Powell know that firsthand. After women in their lives experienced the disease, they each became… Read more...
What’s in Your Medicine Cabinet?

What’s in Your Medicine Cabinet?

By Morgan A. McFarland That half-empty bottle of oxycodone in the back of your medicine cabinet may be more dangerous than you think. Prescription narcotic medications play an important role in pain management after injury or surgery, but for many people, use of prescription medication doesn't end when the injury… Read more...
Give Her a Hand!

Give Her a Hand!

By Amy Meadows It's a moment that Rachel Macy Stafford will never forget. She had taken her youngest daughter shopping for a dress to wear to the party for her recently released book, "Hands Free Mama: A Guide to Putting Down the Phone, Burning the To-Do List, and Letting Go… Read more...
20 Fun Getaways for Fall

20 Fun Getaways for Fall

By Kathy Kantorski Day in and day out, you do your best to eat healthy and get some exercise. Why abandon your hard work on vacation? These trips, all within a few hours' drive of Atlanta, have a fitness bent to them that will help you feel great while having… Read more...
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