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A Final Thought: The Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is my favorite holiday. It’s pure celebration without any kind of moral obligation attached to it. Contrarily, while grilling out on Memorial Day, we should be thinking about all those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. On Labor Day, we should be honoring all of the hardworking men and women who built (and...

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A Final Thought: The Best Laid Plans

My wife is a strategic planner by both vocation and genetic predisposition. She’s always ready with a Band-aid or one of those tiny screwdrivers to open the battery compartment of a grandchild’s toy. So I was shocked when she agreed to drive south with me for a belated spring break vacation with no plan—not a single hotel or dinner...

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Northeast Ohio is experiencing a bumper crop of spring debris, including oak catkins and maple seeds, destined to clog the area’s uncovered covers

Whether you call them curly Qs or cat tails, the pollen-filled catkins that fall from oak trees are on their way. So are maple seeds, whether you call them spinners, whirly-birds or helicopters. And this year, look for a bumper crop. “The past couple of years have been mild for maple seeds, but not this year,” says Anthony Alberino,...

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A Final Thought: Southern Origins

When I first moved to Northeast Ohio from Georgia/Alabama, I had to learn a new language. I was utterly unfamiliar with weather terms like squall, whiteout, black ice, and sun glare, let alone “polar vortex.” Now I am all too familiar with them, along with the sage advice to always keep a blanket in the trunk of your car in case of engine...

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Patricia Delzell, M.D.’s Advanced Musculoskeletal Medicine Consultants has expanded to new offices in Chagrin Falls to better serve her patients

If you’ve been experiencing chronic pain for months, years or even decades, now may be the time to try an integrative approach to pain relief. No matter how many doctors you’ve seen, how many steroid injections you’ve undergone, how many narcotics or anti-inflammatories you’ve been prescribed, or how many times you’ve been told,...

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