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Replacement windows with premium performance, it’s why Window City Pros is garnering five-star reviews

Remember when you were a kid and your dad used to say, “Close the door, I’m not paying to air condition the whole neighborhood”? Well, turns out he was right, and the same goes for your old, drafty windows in the winter, when you’re essentially paying to heat the neighborhood, as they let warm air out and cold air in. This puts a...

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Reversing the aging process

In his book, Lifespan, Dr. David Sinclair, co-director of the Center for Biology of Aging Research at Harvard Medical School, makes some pretty bold statements. In a nutshell, he believes that it’s possible not only to slow down aging, but even to partially reverse it. For decades, Sinclair has been researching the role of various proteins...

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No dead zones with a Proper Access system

If you sit in front of the window in your living room and tilt your head to the left while balancing on one foot, you definitely get good internet connectivity. But if you try to get that same connectivity, say, out on your back patio, forget it. You’re in a dead zone. Buying 1,000 gigs of internet speed doesn’t help if you only get 50...

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A reflection of Amarone

Last month we discovered Amarone wine of the Valpolicella region in Verona, Italy. This month, Jim Sperk, of the Northern Ohio Wine Guild, wants to stay in the family and introduce us to what is often referred to Amarone’s “little brother,” Ripasso wine from the same region. “Ripasso is made from most of the same grapes as Amarone,”...

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Minimizing senior fall risks

Most seniors are afraid of falling, and for good reason. According to the CDC, accidental falls are the leading cause of death in the elderly. They account for one-fourth of all hospital admissions and nearly half of all nursing home admissions. A fall often causes fractures to the arm, hand, ankle, spine, pelvis and hip, with the hip being...

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