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Giving back: The second annual toy drive at Floorz

At Floorz, we’re all about serving our community. That’s why we’re thrilled to be hosting The Second Annual Floorz Toy Drive, going on now through Saturday, December 19. All you have to do is bring a brand new, unwrapped toy to either of our store locations. It doesn’t matter for which age or sex you’re buying. In exchange, we’ll...

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Bath's Arden Courts memory care community fosters independence for residents with Alzheimer’s and related dementias

Arden Courts memory care communities combine unique services and one-of-a-kind building design to provide effective management of and treatment for residents with Alzheimer’s and related dementias. Serving only individuals with memory issues allows staff to focus on the distinctive physical, mental and social needs of the residents and guide...

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Alzheimer’s and dementia don’t care if there’s a pandemic or not, they still demand to take hold

If you have a loved one currently living in a senior care facility, you know firsthand how emotionally devastating it’s been to have been apart from the person you care about all these months. But at Cardinal Court, in Strongsville, and Greenfield Estates, in Copley, there is new hope—and new light. “As important as it is for our...

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The uninvited holiday guest

The potatoes have been passed, the turkey slathered in gravy, and as you reach for the cranberry sauce you wince. Like a drunk uncle who can’t take the hint, your hemorrhoid has decided to join you for dinner—and it wants allll the attention. It’s burning. It’s itching. It’s bleeding. And it just won’t stop. Hemorrhoids...

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Recovery could be at risk

For those with substance use disorders, research is already indicating concerning rises in the number of relapses and overdoses during the pandemic. “When someone is already struggling with cravings and triggers to use, anxiety, depression and uncertainty only amplify that,” says Lisa M. Borchert, M.A. Ed., LPCC, who 20 years ago founded...

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