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How much does Medicare cost?

Over the next few months, we’re going to be exploring the top 10 Medicare questions I get asked and unpacking them one by one. This month the question is: How much does Medicare cost? Some people think Medicare is free, but that’s not entirely true. If you worked 40 quarters in your life, Medicare Part A is available at no cost. It covers...

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Holistic Halo Salt Spa owner Lisa Bargmann reveals the secret to this alternative treatment’s success

Celebrating its second anniversary this month, Holistic Halo Salt Spa has evolved to include facials, massage, and a host of wellness services while staying true to its mission to bring the healing and purifying properties of Himalayan salt to the masses. “I’ve been a lifelong spa lover and have created my own interpretations on all the...

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Here’s why Kayla Rogers appreciates the gift of hearing just a little bit more than the average audiologist

Change can be challenging. But Kayla Rogers’ transition to Twinsburg, she says, has been seamless and exciting. Kayla, Brookway Hearing Center’s licensed hearing aid specialist, says she feels right at home after moving to Brookway’s Twinsburg location in April after two years in Strongsville. “My patients have been so nice and...

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The opening of the new Heritage Crossing Assisted Living & Memory Care brings a wildly successful approach to aging to the forefront

Fairlawn’s newest senior living campus, Heritage Crossing Assisted Living and Memory Care, provides a homey place where folks can live their most vibrant, thoughtful and engaged life. A welcoming rustic farmhouse motif runs from the charming white clapboard exterior to the inviting interior décor, which features sliding barn doors, stone...

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Valenti’s Ristorante boasts an authentic Italian vibe where the spirit of Italy really comes alive

When you walk into Valenti’s Ristorante, there is a nod to Italy everywhere. From the architectural columns framing the dining room and the photos of the Colosseum hanging on the wall, to the Limoncello in the martinis and the quintessential Italian Aperol Spritz. But nowhere is the Italian influence more evident than in the kitchen, where...

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