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Amy V. wanted to ski Antarctica, but a back injury threatened to sideline her, trainers at Fitness Together stepped in

Most times when a new client comes in for a consultation, the needs and goals are just what you’d expect: lose 20 pounds, add lean muscle, increase flexibility, and so on. But when Amy V. walked in last March and told the nationally certified trainers at Fitness Together in Brecksville that she needed to train to hike miles carrying a...

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The Giving Doll, handmade with love for children who are sick or in crisis

Sometimes your life’s mission comes at you quietly, unexpectedly, and through the side door. In 2006, retired teacher Jan Householder was asked by the 11-year-old daughter of a friend if she could make dolls she could bring back to comfort the other sick children in her ward at St. Jude Children’s Research Center. Jan was touched by...

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The team at Guhde Flooring America reveals the latest trends for home and floor

The design gurus at Guhde Flooring America have just returned from the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas, the largest show in the country dedicated to all the latest in interior design. The tenacious trio of Office Manager Monica Guhde-Rosa, Sales Manager Shawn Rosa and Special Projects Manager Cait Rudolph was treated to a fabulous...

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Here’s how the Willoughby-Eastlake Schools system is helping students get training and education without college

Whether you are a high school junior or senior seeking a career path other than four-year college, or an adult looking to begin or change career paths, Willoughby-Eastlake Schools’ Northern Career Institute (NCI) offers a variety of programs that lead to promising careers from in-demand arenas, with jobs waiting for you upon...

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Non-surgical spinal decompression could be the answer for back pain

Dr. Michael Kellis, of Precision Orthopeadic Specialties, first found out about non-surgical spinal decompression at a national sports medicine conference in San Diego about 15 years ago. “Designed by NASA engineers, the goal of decompression is to reduce pressure and pain in the spine’s disks by stretching it,” says Dr. Kellis, who has...

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