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Reproductive Gynecology & Infertility has the highest IVF success rate in Ohio, and here's how they can help you

A clear trend over the past few decades is that women are waiting longer and longer to marry and have children. For most of the 20th century, the median age for first marriage was around 20 years old until it started to rise in the late 1970s. In 2000, the median age was 25 and by 2018 it had risen to 27.8. That’s near the age when...

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With a huge selection of high-quality brands, hands-on ownership, and a highly trained staff, Lucky Shoes has been caring for our feet for 100 years

When Joe Luck began selling work boots out of a push cart to Akron’s rubber workers more than 100 years ago, he likely had no idea how far his company would go. He certainly could not have imagined big box shoe stores and the behemoth known as Amazon. But in spite of the changing retail landscape, Lucky Shoes and their affiliated stores...

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Lenten dining at Mr. G's

On Super Bowl Sunday, Fairlawn’s Mr. G’s Pizzeria and Wings was positively blowing up, delivering hundreds of pizzas and thousands of chicken wings. “It’s one of the busiest days of the year,” says family matriarch Debbie Giardina, also known as “Mrs. G.” “We’re also crazy busy when Ohio State plays—and when the Browns...

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The Mandel JCC is one of the top fitness facilities in the region

This is how it usually goes: In mid-January, Mimi will put away the last of the holiday decorations, toss out the stale cookies and start thinking about fitness and weight loss. Then she’ll look into a gym or studio membership only to relive the intimidation and self-inflicted body-shaming she experienced when she last thought about getting...

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Here’s how to put the holiday mess behind you and resolve to have a cleaner home

It’s finally over. All of the prep, the decorating, the cooking, the guests, the holiday colds and flu are behind us. Sort of. Many of us are still haunted by the Ghost of Christmas Past, including Christmas tree needles, glitter, and the tell-tale finger prints of tiny tots, not to mention the bacteria and viruses that seemed to have...

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