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Although most people think of bariatric surgery as a treatment for excessively obese people who need to lose significant pounds, it has other medical benefits as well.

Everybody probably knows somebody with diabetes. That includes Jacob Petrosky, MD, a general surgeon at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, in Chardon. “My family has a strong history of diabetes—all of my aunts and uncles have it,” Dr. Petrosky reveals. “I’ve witnessed the complications—the heart attacks, the...

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Here’s how one couple dropped nearly 100 pounds with help from My Personal Trainer

In the multi-billion-dollar world of fitness, the perpetuation of training myths is a constant and what you don’t know could potentially hurt you and interfere with your goals. There is nothing worse than spending 6+ months in a gym, trying your best, only to step on the scale and realize that you haven’t made any progress! At My Personal...

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The BARN Wellness Center features health, wellness and spiritual growth, all in one location

Resolutions set you up for failure. Intention sets you up for success,” says Lisa Berardinelli, who, along with Gayle Prebis, owns The BARN, a fitness, wellness and, now, nutritional center located right in the heart of Hinckley. In the year since it launched, The BARN, which stands for Breath, Awareness, Renew and Namaste, has become a...

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With Dr. Sanam Magrey at the helm at Dental Care of Brunswick, patients can expect even more technology in their dental care

Over the past six months, since taking over the dental practice of retired Dr. Robert Mandel, Dr. Sanam Magrey has found herself in the middle of a whirlwind of change. Not only has she refurbished the interior of the lobby at Dental Care of Brunswick, painting the walls deep and sedate shades of blue and cream and buying sleek black leather...

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Maximum fitness in just 20 minutes, twice a week with MaxStrength Fitness

Legends of the fountain of youth have circulated down through the centuries. For those who have sought its restorative powers—from Alexander the Great in 300 AD to Ponce de Leon circa the 16th century—the tales share a similar ring: Drink the waters and regain your youth. Today, thanks to advancements in research-based...

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