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Routine colonoscopy screenings can prevent, detect and help treat issues so you can stay healthy

Colorectal cancer, says Caroline Soyka, DO, Director of Endoscopy at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, is one of the only preventable types of cancer. That’s mainly because of the ability to stop it in its tracks during a colonoscopy. A colonoscopy is a procedure during which a doctor examines the inside of a patient’s colon...

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Blue Heron Brewery is the only place you need to be this fall

If your robust autumn brew goes down with a subtle nuance of mellow bourbon, you may be experiencing the latest concoction by Mike Piazza, brewmaster and co-owner of the Blue Heron Brewery, in Medina. And if you really know how to do fall gatherings correctly, you may be sipping it surrounded by close friends inside one of the Blue Heron’s...

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At Bunker Hill Golf Course, the game never has to end

The leaves are falling, the temperature is dropping, and the sun is disappearing earlier each day. But that doesn’t mean the lights need to go out on your golf game, insists Chad Gibson, general manager of Bunker Hill Golf Course, in Medina. “The fall and winter weather may pose a challenge outside, but our six best-in-the-business...

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The rock stars at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center have set the stage for an electric performance by your heart

Your heart, like your home, depends on sound plumbing and electrical systems to stay in working order, says Antonio Sotolongo, MD, a cardiac electrophysiologist at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center. Blocked arteries—your heart’s plumbing—can result in chest pain or a heart attack. Meanwhile, electrical...

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Get a head start on spring now with Southwest Landscape Management

“April showers bring May flowers.” My first-grade teacher used to say that a lot, and at the time she may have been right. In my memory, it seems like Northeast Ohio used to have springtime between March and May before those months began to deliver unpredictable, alternative days of blizzards and teasingly warm temperatures. The...

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