Health

Former ‘The Biggest Loser’ winner weighs in on The New Well

When Michelle Aguilar first stepped onto the campus of “The Biggest Loser” in season 6, she had no idea of how much her life was about to change. Michelle touched many lives and soon became loved by millions of people across the country. She fought through the struggles that so many overweight women face every day of their lives. She was able to identify the things that had caused her to gain weight and quickly took back control of her life and won the battle to live a healthy more fulfilling life. Read More»

Ask the Anytime Fitness Guy

Question: I have a friend that follows a vegan lifestyle, and she’s trying to get me to do the same? Is this something you’d recommend for improving overall health and wellness? Read More»

Friends and family members raising money for juvenile diabetes research

Taylor Paine, L, and Katie Kojali ready to strut their stuff at the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes in Atlanta. Photo/Michael Boylan.

Katie Kojali has had diabetes since she was two years old. Her friend, Taylor Paine, was diagnosed earlier this year. On Oct. 16, they and their families will be a part of the Rockin Peeps, a team walking in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Walk to Cure Diabetes at Centennial Park in Atlanta. The walk is three miles long but the Rockin Peeps are doing more than just the walk. Read More»

Outcome Medical helps those who suffer from chronic pain

Chronic pain is epidemic in this country with estimates of as many as 75 million people suffering with chronic pain in one form or another. It is estimated that four out of every 10 visits to primary care doctors is because of pain, and the approach seems to always be the same; medications. The pain patient takes medications for pain, inflammation, anxiety and depression, to relax the muscle spasms, and to sleep at night to name only some of the incredible number of medications the chronic pain person takes on a daily basis. Read More»

Cell phone etiquette

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“…so I told her to **** off…”  That was a piece of a conversation I couldn’t help overhearing in a store recently.  The speaker, a teenage girl, was apparently unhappy with something another girl had done and she littered her five-minute conversation with profanities and vulgarities, completely insensitive to anyone standing nearby, including a mother with two young children.  Read More»

Choose a race as a goal

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Running is all well and good but it helps to have a destination.

Once I started my running regimen with the Couch to 5K app, I knew I wanted to have a 5K race to enter at the end of it. Luckily, there was the All-American 5K in Peachtree City coming up close to the end of the program. I knew that I would be ready and wouldn’t embarrass myself in the race. I wasn’t going to win it or even win my age group, but I wouldn’t be clutching my side and walking across the finish line dead last either. Read More»

March of Dimes event this Friday

In an unprecedented cooperative effort, Fun 101.1 FM will join with Fayetteville Dwarf House, Newnan Dwarf House, Chick-fil-A Thomas Crossroads, Truett’s Grill in Griffin, and Truett’s Grill in McDonough in the 1st Annual Southern Crescent Broadcasters for Babies event to benefit the March of Dimes Georgia Chapter. Read More»

Straight talk about health care reform and what it means for seniors

According to the National Council on Aging (NCOA), a national survey of adults aged 65 and older finds that most seniors are still confused or unaware of important aspects of health reform, also known as The Affordable Care Act, including its impact on their own Medicare coverage. Read More»

The New Well

Kelly (L) and Brett Phillips, owners of The New Well in Peachtree City. Photo/Sandy Zimmerman.

Weight Loss and Wellness Center now open in Peachtree City

The Center for Disease Control has recently reported that 67 percent of all Americans are either overweight or clinically obese. To combat this growing problem, The New Well Weight Loss and Wellness program opened in Peachtree City on June 1. It is the first to open in Georgia and is located at 1219 N. Peachtree Parkway near Target. Read More»

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