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Dr. Shannon McKeen, of Apex Dermatology, says the most important form of skin cancer treatment is early detection

Though Apex Dermatology has grown to seven locations since opening its first office in Concord in 2011, its presence and support for the local community where it all started remains steadfast. Along with Apex founder Dr. Jorge Garcia-Zuazaga, Dr. Shannon McKeen, who has split her time the past two years between the Concord and Mayfield Heights...

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Healing Kneads Massage offers a need-specific massage experience

Sitting across from verdant rolling acres, on a street appropriately named Paradise, Massage Therapist Kris Sydorenko offers a myriad of massage styles in a specially outfitted spa suite on the terrace level of her lovely home. A decade ago, after spending years at a bustling spa in Medina, and seeking to offer her clients a more tranquil...

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The David Berkley Insurance Group is taking a no-holds-barred approach to offering insurance coverage

No limits. That’s the philosophy embraced by the team at the newly formed David Berkley Insurance Group, in Medina. Headed by Patrick Althof, Mark Odabashian and Mitch Zofka, David Berkley is changing the way we think about—and buy—insurance. “Most people in the area will recognize our names as having been affiliated...

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Since 1998, The Gutter Cover Company has been a locally owned and operated source for the only gutter protection you need

Gutter cleaning used to be a necessary but dangerous chore. Today, there are many options available to you when deciding on a gutter protection solution. Home improvement companies and handymen may sell gutter guards, but the products they offer may not be a permanent solution. They typically use gutter protection as a source of extra income to...

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Baby Boomers are creating major changes in the way insurance companies are offering Medicare, and HealthMarkets' Roni Bell can help you benefit

According to Forbes magazine, baby boomers are permanently clocking out of the workforce at a rate of 10,000 each day. That’s a huge number of fresh retirees lining up for Medicare. And with Baby Boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) representing nearly 20 percent of the population in America, more people than ever before will be...

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