Health & Wellness
Dr. Oz’s Top Tips to Stay Healthy

Dr. Oz’s Top Tips to Stay Healthy

As a TV personality, motivational speaker, author and family man, Dr. Oz is always on the go. Through each of these platforms, his mission is consistent: to help improve people’s health. Whether he’s speaking at events, helping to pen the best-selling O You! book series or hosting a variety of… Read more...
Diabetes Prevention and Diabetes Treatment

Diabetes Prevention and Diabetes Treatment

According to the American Diabetes Association, 25.8 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes. Approximately $116 billion are spent on direct medical costs, not to mention indirect costs such as disability and premature death. “Diabetes has far-reaching health implications, including heart disease, nerve damage, kidney failure, amputation,… Read more...
Annual 2011 Best Self Spa Guide To Top Atlanta Spas

Annual 2011 Best Self Spa Guide To Top Atlanta Spas

Download our 2011 Best Self Atlanta Spa Guide! There is no doubt that the word “spa” can conjure up images of seaside resorts that give massages by the ocean, aromatic fragrances of flower blossoms enveloping your senses and skin care treatments that make your face glow and leave you feeling… Read more...
Head to Toe Guide: Women’s Health

Head to Toe Guide: Women’s Health

Click here for our 2011 Atlanta Women's Health Directory. No matter what your age, having a clean bill of health is one of the most important things you can attain. Each stage of life presents different health issues for women, but as long as you are aware of your current… Read more...
Learning how to successfully manage food allergies and thrive

Learning how to successfully manage food allergies and thrive

For some people, choosing what to eat is as simple as deciding what tastes good; however, individuals who suffer from food allergies don’t have that luxury. The wrong food choice can sometimes mean the difference between life and death. If you’ve never experienced an allergic reaction to food, then consider… Read more...
Getting the Facts on Joint Pain

Getting the Facts on Joint Pain

Sometimes we can take every day movement for granted.  Walking in the park, going up and down stairs or simply sitting in your car can turn into a difficult experience if you are afflicted with joint pain. Although most common in elderly persons, joint pain is non-discriminating: it can affect… Read more...

2011 Atlanta's Healthiest Companies

When we asked our readers to nominate the companies they thought embodied the spirit of health for their employees for Best Self’s Healthiest Companies Contest, we were excited by the response. It was wonderful to see so many local companies who truly care about fostering an environment of support when… Read more...
Find out how to improve your sex life no matter your age

Find out how to improve your sex life no matter your age

According to commercials for K-Y Jelly His & Hers lubricant, sex is pleasurable and convenient, with both participants on even playing fields (or equal sides of the bed, at least). If only sex was that simple, right? What the advertisements fail to show are children demanding all of ‘his and… Read more...
High Blood Pressure and Stroke: Prevention is Possible

High Blood Pressure and Stroke: Prevention is Possible

With almost five million people suffering from some form of stroke each year, according to the American Heart Association, 70% can be linked to existing high blood pressure.  This makes high blood pressure one of the most important controllable stroke risk factors out there. So, it’s no wonder that May… Read more...
Get your body in gear

Get your body in gear

You’ve survived the winter and now that the warmer weather is here, you may have emerged with some extra baggage. Whether you need to have some grooming, to shed some extra weight or just an overall health check up, feeling good about yourself is one of the first steps to… Read more...
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