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Your home isn’t clean until it’s Reliable Amish Cleaning clean

Housecleaning can drive some people buggy. “People are busy with work and kids’ activities,” notes Bill Domen, owner of Reliable Amish Cleaning. “Cleaning their house is one of the last things they want to be doing when they finally get a break in their schedule. I noticed that even during the recession, when people had less...

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Symphony at Mentor’s mission to care only for memory care residents allows the staff to focus on the importance of understanding dementia

It’s a Monday morning and Shelley Perry is sitting in her kitchen enjoying her morning tea. As she thinks about the week ahead, she knows it will involve work and maybe some babysitting for her three grandchildren. She also knows what it won’t involve: The constant worrying and attention the care of her mother required, until she became a...

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With Dr. Sanam Magrey at the helm at Dental Care of Brunswick, patients can expect even more technology in their dental care

Over the past six months, since taking over the dental practice of retired Dr. Robert Mandel, Dr. Sanam Magrey has found herself in the middle of a whirlwind of change. Not only has she refurbished the interior of the lobby at Dental Care of Brunswick, painting the walls deep and sedate shades of blue and cream and buying sleek black leather...

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Maximum fitness in just 20 minutes, twice a week with MaxStrength Fitness

Legends of the fountain of youth have circulated down through the centuries. For those who have sought its restorative powers—from Alexander the Great in 300 AD to Ponce de Leon circa the 16th century—the tales share a similar ring: Drink the waters and regain your youth. Today, thanks to advancements in research-based...

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Eastlake’s newest K-9 recruit Officer Axel hits the ground running

The newest officer on the Eastlake Police Department is dark-haired and handsome, expertly trained and committed to serve and protect. He also loves to be scratched behind his ears and occasionally worries about fleas. Meet Officer Axel, Eastlake’s newest K-9 recruit. His name comes by way of a contest between two Eastlake elementary...

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