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How can you tell if you’ve got a hernia and need treatment?

For most people, the worst thing about a hernia might be the unsightly bulge that may protrude from a person’s groin or navel area. But left untreated, some hernias may develop increased risks of a dangerous condition, say Christopher Bohac, MD, and Liming Yu, MD, general surgeons at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center. A hernia, the...

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Using the latest advancements in dental implants, Dr. Sanjay Karunagaran, of Frontier Dental, is helping patients smile again with confidence

If you are missing a tooth, you are not alone. Over half the U.S. population is missing at least one tooth, according to the American College of Prosthodontists. And as we age, an alarming 20 percent of adults 65 years or older are missing all their natural teeth. Uniquely qualified to restore and replace teeth, Dr. Sanjay Karunagaran, owner...

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Here’s how you can help end 68 hours of hunger

Four years ago, Meredith Everett was sitting on the sofa watching the national news and saw a segment about a program in New Hampshire called End 68 Hours of Hunger. She was touched by the grassroots effort to end the nearly invisible problem of children who go home hungry every weekend, from the time they eat their free lunch at school on...

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Changes are coming to Medicare, say goodbye to plans F and C

There are changes happening with Medicare Supplement Insurance plans that are worth taking a closer look at. Medicare Supplemental plans work alongside Original Medicare to help fill in the gaps for costs that Original Medicare doesn’t cover. These plans are standardized with letters A-N, and the cost varies by carrier and benefit level...

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If you’re ready to radically transform your life, this book is for you

By all accounts, Dr. Stephanie Aldrich had it all. With a successful dental practice on the verge of celebrating two decades of superior patient service, a loving marriage and her greatest gift, a young son, growing up happy and content, there was little more she could ask for. But overweight and wondering if her contribution to the world was...

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