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Reconsider the nightcap

Do you sometimes rely on a glass of wine at night to help you relax and fall asleep? The National Sleep Foundation estimates that 20 percent of Americans use alcohol to help them fall asleep. Studies show that alcohol does allow healthy people to fall asleep quicker and sleep more deeply for a while. “Alcohol may make it easier to fall...

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Zoom calls you can count on with Proper Access

With parents working from home, kids attending classes online, simultaneous Zoom calls, and everyone streaming videos on multiple devices at once, it’s easy to see how a home WiFi signal can become overwhelmed—resulting in buffering, frozen frames, and signal dead spots. While we’re all tempted to blame Spectrum or another ISP...

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The team at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center is committed to keeping every member of the community safe and healthy

During a year in which medical professionals were heavily focused on the global pandemic, University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center continued to find innovative ways to better care for its community in 2020, says Donald DeCarlo, MD, MBA, President of UH Geauga Medical Center and Associate System Chief Medical Officer, East Region. “Our...

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Ursuline College offers an accredited, accelerated, one-year Master of Arts degree and teacher’s licensure

For anyone who has ever said to themselves, “I wish I knew back then what I know now,” and is exploring a more rewarding second career as a teacher, the Ursuline College Master Apprenticeship Program (MAP) is the perfect place to pivot. This accredited, accelerated, one-year program offers a Master of Arts degree and teacher’s licensure...

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Alternative burial options at Knollwood Cemetery

As 2021 kicks off, the folks at Knollwood Cemetery find themselves very thankful to have survived these difficult times. In late 2019, they began a large expansion project centered around an aboveground garden crypt building. Building “M” was designed to offer the public a state-of-the-art structure with 435 full-sized burial spaces...

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