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Melt the fat away: No more muffin top

Some stubborn fat just won’t disappear, no matter how much we diet and exercise. But TruSculpt iD changes everything—and it’s available at Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar. Unlike CoolSculpting, Kybella and surgery, with TruSculpt iD there is very little, if any, pain. There is no downtime, and almost everyone is a candidate. “With...

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Taking the field of remodeling and refining it

Specializing in timeless design in kitchen and bathroom renovation, Daveron Design + Build by Daveron Builders LLC was founded in 2003 by friends and contractors Dave Mullet and Ron Eddy. Unlike most companies, Dave and Ron are totally hands-on and present at each job site, doing much of the work themselves. To lend the creative direction,...

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Infusion therapy is the latest thing to hit the health and wellness market

For those suffering from chronic nerve pain, depression, fibromyalgia, or PTSD, finding treatment options that provide relief and improve one’s quality of life can be overwhelming. Now, however, leading-edge infusion therapies have become an effective and reliable option used in conjunction with a patient’s medical course. Mind & Body...

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Daso Custom Cabinetry holds a top spot for design, quality and workmanship

Jeff Daso is living his own version of the American Dream. It goes like this… The Setting: A small family garage on a dairy farm in the cornfields of Wayne County, Ohio. The Character: An ambitious, hard-working 19-year-old with a passion for woodworking. The Plot: Though he had tried a year studying business at college, the...

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Mentor Schools met the challenges of the pandemic victoriously and kept students connected

Mimi recently attended a luncheon (via Zoom, of course, darling) to hear Mentor Schools Superintendent Bill Porter give his annual State of the Schools speech to the Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce. Everything he said was quite impressive. First, he chronicled a few highlights over the past year, which, obviously due to the pandemic, looked...

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