View All Articles

Articles Showing articles related to: Health & Wellness

Take advantage of a free skin cancer screening so the experts at Apex Dermatology can assure you that your spot really is just a mole

Epitomizing Apex Dermatology’s core values of integrity and compassion, Dr. Sara Lohser is the newest doctor to join this growing dermatology practice, which offers comprehensive skin cancer surgery, medical dermatology and innovative aesthetic services. Expertly trained and inherently passionate, Dr. Lohser earned two undergraduate...

Read More

Being physically active and improving your pain can decrease stress levels and make holidays more enjoyable

We all have aches and pains that we live with every day, but sometimes they worsen beyond a mild aggravation—especially during the holidays when our stress increases. Being physically active and improving your pain can decrease stress levels and make holidays more enjoyable. Through stretching, strengthening, cardio and manual...

Read More

Do you need a prosthodontist?

Sometimes having a really good dentist just isn’t enough. When Frontier Dental opened its doors this summer, it brought to town an advanced form of dentistry. One of only a handful of prosthodontists in Northeast Ohio (and only 3,000 in the country), Dr. Sanjay Karunagaran is highly trained in dental implants, crowns, bridges, veneers and...

Read More

Here’s how Fitness Together in Bay Village is helping Katie S. stay strong and fit during her pregnancy

When Katie Sheehan was pregnant with her first child in 2015, she adhered to the old-fashioned regimen of lots of daily rest, zero exercise or exertion, and plenty of ice cream. She gained more weight than she planned, and, in the last trimester, went into polyhydramnios and macrosomia (excess fluid and a really big baby). Doctors decided to...

Read More

Whole Body Health takes a unique approach to treating Lyme Disease

Imagine your kids come in from playing outside. As they’re cleaning up, you notice an odd mark on your youngest’s upper arm. It almost looks like a target. When it doesn’t go away, you take him to your primary care physician, who tells you he has Lyme Disease. But don’t worry, he or she is going to put your son on antibiotics that...

Read More