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Lilac Thyme Stables tailors to the needs and goals of each individual rider

Although the ground may be snow-covered, winter recreational pursuits don’t have to be limited to skiing, ice skating, sledding or ice fishing. Tucked back from the road on 10 acres in Columbia Station is Lilac Thyme Stables, owned and operated by Cindy and Mike Musto. The stables offer a temperature-controlled indoor arena designed to host...

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Put a Medicare plan in place

Although the enrollment period for current Medicare participants has officially come to an end, people rounding the corner to age 65 can enroll throughout the year. In fact, if 65 is on the horizon for you in the coming months, now is a perfect time to sit down with me to discuss your options. New 65s have a seven-month enrollment period,...

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CBD, pain and anxiety

Over the past year, CBD (cannabidiol), a specific plant chemical from the hemp plant, has caused quite a stir. For many who suffer with pain or anxious feelings, CBD oil has been a godsend, providing significant relief with little or no side effects. Unfortunately, this is not what caused the stir. In the summer of 2018, news reports suddenly...

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Experiencing dementia through a virtual tour

An American Indian proverb states, “Never criticize a man until you’ve walked a mile in his moccasins.” Bottom line: A little bit of empathy goes a long way when it comes to understanding others. It’s also a key component to caring for those with dementia. The folks at Symphony at Olmsted Falls invite anyone in the community...

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Rear end fallout

How bad can a hemorrhoid get? Grade four. Those are the worst. Grade four hemorrhoids are internal hemorrhoids that come out of the anus and stay there until they’re treated. Think of it as rectal fallout—and they cannot be pushed back inside. Grade four hemorrhoids typically develop over many years. Longstanding constipation or lots...

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