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Dr. Laurel’s TruSculpt iD is a game changer

As an area leader in aesthetic medicine, Dr. Laurel Matthews, a board-certified physician with over 33 years of experience and the owner of Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar, is constantly searching for new and better ways to deliver results to her patients. That’s why Dr. Laurel is thrilled to announce the addition of the remarkable TruSculpt iD to her...

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Don't leave your successor in the dark

Most people recognize that when they have a will drafted and name an executor, they need to let the person they named know about the appointment. But a surprising number of people who have trusts created on their behalf, with a trustee named to succeed them, neglect to let the person they’ve named know about the appointment. When that...

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The Luxury Home Experts at Platinum Real Estate go beyond the basics to sell high-end homes

As the owner of a luxury home in Northeast Ohio, you’re living in one of your largest investments. That’s why it’s critical to put your best foot forward when it comes to selling. “You have to attract the right buyer,” says Mark Zervos, who, along with his wife, Denise, is the owner of one of Ohio and Florida’s most prestigious...

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This year’s Affordable Care Act enrollment period is all about exploring the options

Although Barack has departed and Donald taken his place, nothing about Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act) for 2019 has changed. People without employer sponsored healthcare are required to have health insurance under the law. But there is an interesting wrinkle that falls outside the governance of the act that may have people who participate...

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Medina’s The Alpaca Boutique promises to turn all of us into alpaca fiber lovers

Faye and Jeff Farley didn’t know they wanted to open a boutique, they just knew that when they purchased 15 acres in Medina in 1994, they wanted to own a working alpaca and miniature donkey farm. But five more acres and 75 members of the herd later, they were left wondering what to do with all that fiber. “We joined a fiber co-op...

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