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What if you’re out of it?

Uncertain times aren’t the only time you can’t be certain about things. Consider that nobody can predict personal tragedy, death, or the inability to make decisions for themselves. As much as we’d all like a heads up before a health crisis, life doesn’t always work that way. That’s why a healthcare power of attorney is so important,...

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The community at The Renaissance of Richfield/Bath is embracing change and staying connected

Entering its fifth year, The Renaissance of Richfield/Bath endures by enlarging and enriching the lives of those who have needs for assisted living or memory care. Since the very beginning, dedication has driven a shared commitment to the care of families’ loved ones who reside in the community on Everett Road. It’s what they mean when...

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A pool from Candyapple Nursery & Landscaping can keep the family fun flowing

Due to Covid-19, the verdict is still out on whether pools at country clubs or public pools will be open this summer. Why not pandemic-proof your family’s fun and make this the year you put in a pool? Redirect the dollars you’re not spending on that summer vacation or club membership into a pool and transform your backyard into an anytime...

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Now more than ever, intimacy is so important

As soon as OB/GYN Dr. Kimberly Kraus heard about the groundbreaking MonaLisa Touch laser, she knew she wanted to introduce it to the Cleveland area. Now, five years later, the MonaLisa Touch continues to offer people hope. “The MonaLisa Touch is life-changing for so many of my patients,” she says. “Countless women were suffering...

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Neutralize your stress

It’s important to find a healthy way to manage stress. Not only can it lead to anxiety, depression and a weakened immune system, but stress has also been linked to a range of health conditions including weight gain, IBS, heart disease and, unfortunately, the list goes on. In fact, it accounts for nearly 90 percent of all visits to primary...

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