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Live Well Willoughby will get you moving on Saturday, August 15 at Wes Point Park

When you have your health, you have everything. When you do not have your health, nothing else matters at all.” —Augusten Burroughs All great movements begin with a bright idea…followed by a mountain of effort and intense collaboration. Live Well Willoughby is no different. In its third year, the community health and...

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Finesse Footcare now offers the breakthrough Lunula laser for the treatment of toenail fungus

With the temps hovering their highest all year, it’s officially flip-flop season. But if you suffer from toenail fungus, carefree things like sandals, pedicures and barefoot walks on the beach are so not happening. Luckily, Dr. Danielle L. Shaper, founder of Finesse Footcare in Lyndhurst, is one of a handful of podiatrists in Ohio to...

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The Neighborhood Experts at Platinum Real Estate says now might be the best time to make the move

According to Business Leader News, “to be a disruptor is to create a product, service, or way of doing things which displaces the existing market leaders.” Meet Denise and Mark Zervos—disruptors in the local real estate market since 1991. As owners of Platinum Real Estate and Team Leaders of The Neighborhood Experts, they are...

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The team at Symphony at Mentor is dedicated to senior care done right

As the new executive director at Symphony at Mentor, Terry Hornikel considers herself lucky to be at the helm of the only dedicated dementia and memory care community in Lake County. Terry began her new position in mid-June, continuing her more than 35-year career in the assisted living/memory care industry. “I’ve always had a passion for...

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X-rays don’t always tell the whole truth

When people have back pain, orthopedic conditions or injuries, the first thing they want to do is get an X-ray or MRI. A picture is worth a thousand words, right? Well, when it comes to efficiently diagnosing what really ails you, that actually doesn’t hold true. Oftentimes, there may be abnormalities on an X-ray that are identified,...

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