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A Final Thought: The heartbreak of psoriasis

I have suffered with psoriasis for my entire life. It’s an autoimmune disease that manifests itself as red, scaly patches on the skin. And when I say “my entire life,” I mean it. My parents first noticed my psoriasis when I was just a few weeks old. Mom took me to the doctor where she declared, “Look, his little balls are on...

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The vibrant community at The Echelon of Medina combines the best of the hospitality and health fields by catering to its members in exceptional fashion

It’s wintertime, and an exceptional time to experience The Echelon of Medina. The unique independent senior living community caters to its members by combining the best of the hospitality and health fields. “The Echelon rivals a five-star hotel,” says Jeff Risner, who owns and operates The Echelon with his wife, Jill Risner...

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The Dover Flooring & Tile Center sells premium flooring and designs and installs luxury bathrooms

What looks like an unassuming storefront in the middle of a retail shopping center in North Olmsted is actually a spacious and elegant flooring and tile showroom. Opened last year, The Dover Flooring & Tile Center offers a VIP experience from start to finish, with a hand-picked group of highly seasoned tradespeople installing top-of-the-line,...

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Sandra Jenkins and the staff at Dog Gone Crazy are wild about offering top-tier pet grooming, at your convenience

Sandra Jenkins’ Dog Gone Crazy is widely known as an affordably-priced, go-to place for people who need to board their precious pooch (or kitty) but want a customized experience. Offering an elevated level of service is what’s set her apart from other places since she opened nine years ago. In addition to individual kennels with access to...

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At Regina’s Pizza, pies are cooked the old-fashioned way and the freshest ingredients are brought to life in one masterfully orchestrated symphony of flavors

A staple in Akron for decades, Regina’s Pizza is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year doing what it does best: cooking food with true Italian flavor. When best friends Louie Bamonte and Steve Catalano opened the first restaurant on Mogadore Road on the city’s east side in 1970, the menu fit on a business card. The original menu items...

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