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on 09/30/2013 - 05:04 pm
Category: Smart Living
By Michael Brady
Recently Diana Nyad swam for almost 53 hours straight to cover the 110-mile distance from Cuba to Key West Florida. That’s a remarkable feat. But what really makes it special is the fact that this is Diana’s fifth attempt at the distance and that she is 64 years old.
I think the lesson here is that no matter what your age, no matter what your situation in life, no matter what the obstacles you imagine are in your way, and no matter how many times you fail, you can still achieve your dreams and goals.
If you want something bad enough, if you can visualize the result and internalize the goal, you can make it happen. But no one does it alo ...
on 09/25/2013 - 07:10 pm
By Brent Moore, Moore Home Remodeling
Q: When I called your office, I was told you don’t do estimates for complete kitchens projects and that I would need to begin with a consultation. Can this be correct?—Christine C., Avon Lake
A: You should be able to get reasonably accurate estimates for projects like a new roof, new siding or new windows. But when it comes to completely remodeling a kitchen, there are so many aspects of this type of custom project that it’s difficult to project how much you will spend by the time you are finished designing it.
When given a description of the types of finish materials you would l ...
on 09/24/2013 - 09:56 am
Category: Health & Beauty
By David Gutman, MD
Q: I’m an avid golfer, but I’ve developed hemorrhoids and they’re affecting my ability to play the sport I love. I’m not interested in surgery. Any ideas? —Rick M., Fairlawn
Many of my patients are active adults who develop hemorrhoids and then find they can no longer fully enjoy doing the things they love.
Whether your sport of choice is golfing, biking, running, yoga, or weightlifting, hemorrhoids can add an unpleasant facet to your routine.
Golfers often tell me they cannot play a full round without having to excuse themselves after taking a swing to run to the restroom to tuck a hemorrhoid back in. Or, ...
on 09/24/2013 - 04:14 pm
Category: Smart Living
By Mimi Vanderhaven
We all have our little reversals of fortune. But for many, these dips can quickly spiral downward into insurmountable debt. Don’t despair, darlings, I sat down with local bankruptcy expert Attorney Andrew Korduba to discuss common myths about the “b” word and how you can spiral upward again.
Myth #1: Filing for bankruptcy will ruin your credit.
“This is simply not true,” Andrew says. “Most often, filing for bankruptcy relief actually helps a person’s credit score improve during the first three years (and beyond with proper financial planning). The reason? After bankruptcy, you will have eliminated all unp ...