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Choice Cabinet goes toe-to-toe with the other guys by providing direct access to quality cabinetry

Among the handsome kitchen vignettes in their new Choice Cabinet showroom, Tony Laurinaitis and his daughter, Jessica Ricard, almost dare you to find a better value somewhere else. “In celebration of opening our new showroom, we are willing to match the price of any competitor’s similarly constructed cabinet, then knock off an additional...

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If you’re suffering, Beachwood Spine & Medical Orthopedics can help

When you are suffering from back pain or other aches, oftentimes you seek out a chiropractor or surgeon. But if you are looking to get to the root of the problem—and not just treat your symptoms and pain—your first call should be to a physiatrist. A specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation, a physiatrist evaluates and...

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If you're over 65, get the medicare benefits you deserve with the help of HealthMarkets' Bernie Davidson

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 not only lining up for Social Security benefits, but also Medicare. And with Baby Boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) representing nearly 20 percent of the population in America,...

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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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HealthMarkets North Olmsted can help everyone over age 65 benefit from changes in the Medicare

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 not only lining up for Social Security benefits, but also Medicare. And with Baby Boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) representing nearly 20 percent of the population in America,...

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