Health & Wellness
Race for the Cure is Now The More Than Pink Walk

Race for the Cure is Now The More Than Pink Walk

When it comes to breast cancer awareness, some worry the intended message about the cause becomes obscured in the "pinkification" of everything from jewelry to shoes. This is one of the reasons Susan G. Komen has unveiled a new name for the annualSusan G. Komen Greater Atlanta Race for the… Read more...
2018 Partners in Health

2018 Partners in Health

          MEDICAL IMAGINGJohn F. Arnold, MD, MBAOutPatient Imaging (OPI)John F. Arnold, MD, MBA, is a board-certified radiologist specializing in Nuclear Medicine. He earned his medical degree at the University of Tennessee School of Medicine and completed a residency in Diagnostic Radiology at the Methodist Hospital. He… Read more...
Whey Protein Powder the Whole Family Can Enjoy

Whey Protein Powder the Whole Family Can Enjoy

HiveFit's Raul Hiteshew talks ingredient transparency and how to make healthy choices for your family. By Carrie Whitney Although you do your best to eat healthy foods and supplement your diet with vitamins or maybe protein powder, without a chemistry degree, it can be a challenge to know whether the… Read more...
Helping Hands for Breast Cancer

Helping Hands for Breast Cancer

  By Amy Meadows   You get a phone call. You see a message posted on Facebook. You hear the news from a friend. And it's devastating. Someone you know has breast cancer. All you want to do is help, but you're not quite sure how. Can you bring them… Read more...
Breakdancing Comes of Age

Breakdancing Comes of Age

There aren't many dance instructors who are the same age as their form of expression, but for Honey Rockwell, that's precisely the case. She and hip-hop dancing have evolved alongside each other over the past four decades, and now she's helping choreograph its future. Breaking the Mold Rockwell, 45, is… Read more...
Braces Braces

Braces Braces

COVER PARTNER PROFILE Ambre A. Kragor, DDS, MSFarah Kar, DDS, MSc, MS, FRCD BRACES BRACES   By Alex McCray   It’s not every day you meet dental experts like Ambre A. Kragor, DDS, MS, and Farah Kar, DDS, MSc, MS, FRCD. Growing up in Seattle, and Toronto, respectively, unconventional experiences… Read more...
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...
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...
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...
The Puzzling Truth

The Puzzling Truth

  Get the 411 on heart disease, the No. 1 killer of both men and women living in the United States. By Katie Lambert "'Doctor, why me?' I get that all the time," says William A. Cooper, MD, author and medical director of cardiovascular surgery at WellStar Health System. "'Why… Read more...
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