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Personal training isn’t just for elite athletes, it’s also for people who simply want to play on the floor with their grandchildren

A good friend of Mimi’s once revealed that she pulled into the parking lot of large fitness facility to do a morning workout when she saw a few thin, attractive women walking into the gym. Her heart sank. She left immediately and bought a donut. We all have days like this, days when we wonder if we can be the type of person we...

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Blue Heron Event Center in Medina is quickly becoming known as a wedding and event venue that promises to transport your group beyond the ordinary

Whether you are planning an intimate elegant wedding or a large corporate gathering, the Blue Heron Event Center in Medina offers two sophisticated venues to make your day one to remember, explains General Manager Khadar Soussou. “The intimate Heron Room was built in 2018 with the idea of bringing a more modern look to an event center,”...

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Alleviant’s new model of psychiatric care includes holistic treatments that rapidly heal pain, anxiety and depression

For those suffering from mood disorders or chronic pain, Alleviant Health Centers offers innovative treatments that can offer immediate relief—even for those who have been treatment-resistant in the past. “We use cutting-edge technology like Ketamine Infusion Therapy and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) to offer a different...

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ABC Equipment Rental & Sales helps local contractors improve their bottom line with equipment that can get more work done in less time and with less labor

As I write, it is early February and 58 degrees outside. No, I’m not in the Carolinas; I’m in Northeast Ohio. There’s no doubt that we’ll have an early spring in 2020. Even Punxsutawney Phil says so. So if you’re a contractor, get ready. With an early spring and a vibrant economy, it’s likely going to be another boom year...

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A Final Thought: The great awakening

Have you noticed how we humans have an innate tendency to categorize, to label, classify and collect? We scan our environment for what is different, what is similar, what is known and unknown. We gather mushrooms and berries, collect rocks and seashells, and organize them into neat little piles. We plant “flowers.” We pluck “weeds...

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