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Guhde Flooring America can take your floors and more from now to WOW!

The desire to gather around a fire has been burning bright since cavemen circled a flame in communion 50,000 years ago. This time of year—when the chilly weather signals us to cozy up around the fire—is the perfect season to get in touch with your inner caveman. From super sleek to rustic chic, Guhde Flooring America has all the...

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At Cosmetic Therapy Medi-Spa, massage and esthetics go hand in hand

Tucked back in a stately, white clapboard century home on Mentor Avenue, through a brick courtyard lies the Cosmetic Therapy Medi-Spa. “Our dream of putting a team of wellness practitioners together in a med-spa environment came true when we were offered the expanded space on the second floor of this building,” says Elaine Nelson, who owns...

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Here’s what you can do to prevent hearing loss

Noise-induced hearing loss is the third most common chronic condition in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control. For most people, sadly, it often goes untreated, and research has linked hearing loss to increased risk of falling, depression, anxiety, memory loss and dementia. According to Dr. Jane Kukula, founder of...

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At Salida Woods Assisted Living, residents become part of the family

In April of 1947, while U.S. Army private Joseph N. was stationed in Kyushu, Japan, he met a young Japanese woman who four years later would become his wife. Their story of what transpired in those four years has the makings of a post-WWII romance novel. Joe and his wife, Kay, shared the story when we met at Salida Woods Assisted Living in...

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Single surgery mastectomy reconstruction

Breast cancer diagnosis comes with many questions, fears and unknowns. Decisions need to be made quickly, and you often have very little information. The first question for many women is, “Where do I begin?” “Because my mother had breast cancer, I had my first mammogram at age 32,” says Mary Kohl. “So began years of...

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