Health & Wellness
Build Healthy Bones Today to Prevent Osteoporosis

Build Healthy Bones Today to Prevent Osteoporosis

By Morgan A. McLaughlin When most people hear the word "osteoporosis," they immediately think of a condition found only among older populations. After all, it seems that at some point we've all been warned that an elderly relative could "fall and break a hip," but in reality, it's not just… Read more...
Supplement Your Success

Supplement Your Success

By Taylor Arnold As we age, our bodies often set new limits for us that didn't exist in years past. Are supplements a good way to push past those limits, exercise at our maximum level and receive all the nutrients we need? Read on as we explore some common supplement… Read more...
Anxiety in Teens and Adults

Anxiety in Teens and Adults

By Karon Warren In today's busy world, everyone deals with stress. Family, work, friends, life – these all contribute to the organized chaos we face on a daily basis. And when it comes to coping with those stressors, we all experience some level of anxiety. Maybe we lose some sleep,… Read more...
Divorce: Guiding You Through the Tough Questions

Divorce: Guiding You Through the Tough Questions

By Sarah K. Ricciardelli Grab the sappy cards and heart-shaped chocolates, folks – it's time for Valentine's Day. But if you are divorced or going through a divorce, the last thing you may want to celebrate is romance. Instead of worrying about a date, take this time to check in… Read more...
Your Heart, Your Health

Your Heart, Your Health

Your heart health is a many-sided issue in which your diet, exercise, family history and even your dental care play a role. In addition to being complicated, heart health is crucial to address because cardiovascular disease is America's leading cause of death in women over 65. To take better care… Read more...
Tailor-Made Treatment for Atlanta’s Kids

Tailor-Made Treatment for Atlanta’s Kids

Driving kids to and fro is a routine activity for metro Atlanta parents. That said, most moms and dads don't trust their children's safety to the standard adult-sized car seat. They carefully make sure they have the right seat for the right age, size and weight. That's because parents know… Read more...
Caring for Aging Parents

Caring for Aging Parents

These days, your mother struggles to remember small parts of her daily routine. Maybe your dad seems like himself, but he can't manage the daily task of cooking dinner. Or perhaps your parents are still doing great on their own, but they need some backup navigating the financial side of… Read more...
Get to the Core of Back Pain

Get to the Core of Back Pain

From dull muscle aches to severe, sharp pains, issues with your back or neck can be extremely uncomfortable – even debilitating. According to the Mayo Clinic, back pain is the second most common reason Americans visit our doctors, and we spend an estimated $193.3 billion annually trying to treat it.… Read more...
Diabetes: Life Can Still Be Sweet

Diabetes: Life Can Still Be Sweet

Nearly 30 million Americans are affected by diabetes – more than one million in Georgia alone. Diabetes is one of the most common chronic illnesses in Georgia and across the Southeast, and is the seventh highest cause of death among Georgians. Despite its prevalence, many cases of diabetes are preventable,… Read more...
Kiera Palmer Raises It Up for Breast Cancer

Kiera Palmer Raises It Up for Breast Cancer

At first glance, Kiera Palmer seems like an unlikely breast cancer activist. She spreads awareness and raises research funds for this disease that traditionally affects women twice her age. She works long hours in the insurance industry, which doesn't seem like it would allow much spare time for fundraising. She… Read more...
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