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One of the hallmarks of last year’s Affordable Care Act (ACA) enrollment was the elimination of the tax penalty for those failing to acquire coverage. The law requiring coverage was and is still in place, but the individual mandate on the tax penalty was eliminated last year. This was a tax code change, not an ACA change, but it obviously...

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Behind closed drawers

Nobody really knows what’s going on between your butt cheeks—but you do, and you’d probably like to keep it that way. Let’s be honest, nobody shares the horror stories about what’s happening behind closed drawers at a cocktail party. You probably wouldn’t call up your best friend to describe the pain, itching and bleeding you’ve...

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Precision Orthopaedic Specialties helps athletes regain function

As an orthopaedic surgeon with fellowship training in sports medicine from the world-renowned Orthopaedic Foundation in Connecticut and New York City, Dr. Albert S.M. Dunn has spent his career at the forefront of breakthrough advancements in his field. Cartilage rejuvenation of the knee is a perfect example. At Precision Orthopaedic...

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Here’s why The Gutter Boys says their Valor Gutter Guards really are the best

When Anthony Alberino tells me the gutter guard sold by his and Ken Wilson’s The Gutter Boys is “the best,” I’m immediately skeptical. After all, doesn’t every company that sells gutter protection say the same thing? “Of course,” Anthony agrees. “But the difference with us is we’ve actually tested the other brands—more...

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With nearly 30 varieties of crisp apples in stock, Miles Farmers Market is celebrating everything apple, and then some

Just as Florida is known for its flavorful oranges and Georgia for its juicy peaches, Ohio has some of the best apple crops in the country. Celebrating everything apple at Miles Farmers Market, you will find nearly 30 varieties of apples, which have been freshly picked in Ohio orchards, as well as Northern Spy and Twenty Ounce apples, from a...

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