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Show off your arms!

Some stubborn fat just won’t disappear, no matter how much we diet and exercise. But TruSculpt iD changes everything—and it’s available at Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar. Unlike CoolSculpting, Kybella and surgery, with TruSculpt iD there is very little, if any, pain. There is no downtime, and almost everyone is a candidate. “With...

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Sandra Jenkins and the staff at Dog Gone Crazy are passionate about offering an elevated level of service to people and their pets

Although it may seem impossible to find a silver lining in the cloud that has been the pandemic, Sandra Jenkins, owner of Dog Gone Crazy, in Medina, says there is most certainly a big one. “Pet adoptions shot up as more people welcomed into their homes a furry companion to keep them company during the stress of isolation,” she notes. “It...

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Interest rates for buyers are at historic lows and sellers are cashing in, on their terms

Over the past 14 years, Howard Hanna Real Estate agent Amy Hoes has weathered the rollercoaster housing market in Medina County, becoming the name to know when it comes to providing personalized service and taking the stress out of buying and selling homes. “The current sellers’ market is a challenge due to lopsided supply and demand,”...

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More probiotics isn’t always better

By now, I’m sure you’ve heard of probiotics, the good bacteria that play a major role in immune health, digestion, mood and more. You may have also noticed how brands try to outdo each other by packing more and more bacteria into each pill, first 50 billion then 100 billion and so on. The truth is, except in specific circumstances, there...

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Here’s how Station 43 Tavern is turning up the spring sizzle

While temperatures are just starting to rise, the patio at Station 43 Tavern in Solon is already heating up. “Our patio is open throughout the year, weather permitting,” smiles Lisa Ross, part of the employee ownership team that includes Anthony Fiorelli. “Right now, people are flocking here to enjoy the warmer days. They just want to be...

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