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Loving yourself means making heart-healthy choices to prevent heart attack and stroke

Heart attack, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death in the United States, says Amanda Hall, a certified nurse practitioner at University Hospitals Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute at UH Geauga Medical Center. A healthy lifestyle, Amanda emphasizes, is the key to lowering your risk of heart related...

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Find out how you can gain health at an affordable cost with My Personal Trainer

By mid-February, most of us are already looking at our New Year’s resolutions in the rearview mirror. And that’s just fine with the folks at My Personal Trainer studio in Westlake. Because unlike most places, they aren’t really interested in signing up clients in the short-term. Their success lies in establishing a relationship between...

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The forging of friendships at Aberdeen Crossings and Beachwood Commons helps to keep residents happy and engaged

Love and friendships begin, develop and grow throughout our lives. Luckily for us, we never have to stop making new friends, even as we nurture our lifelong relationships. The residents at Aberdeen Crossings and Beachwood Commons assisted living communities enjoy doing both, as couples and single residents alike thrive in their new homes,...

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Healing Kneads Massage, specializes in Manual Lymphatic Drainage to ease swelling and stimulate the lymphatic system

A few months ago, we introduced you to Massage Therapist Kris Sydorenko, owner of the Healing Kneads Massage studio, a specially outfitted spa suite on the terrace level of her Medina home. She specializes in a wide variety of massage styles within an ultra-soothing environment…candles, aromatherapy scents you can choose, meditative...

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According to Dr. Danielle Shaper, of Finesse Footcare, runners who take better care of their feet can reduce the risk of injury

More than 60 million people in this country lace ‘em up and hit the road, track or trail each day. Runners can attest to a litany of positives related to the sport, from “runner’s high” caused by the rush of “feel-good” hormones to stronger bones, muscles and joints; lower risk for obesity, diabetes and cancer; and an increased...

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