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The Cuyahoga County Fair returns with even more family-friendly fun to enjoy

From midway rides to horse shows, stunt dogs, arts and crafts, beer and wine gardens, family dance parties, a demolition derby, farm animals and fireworks galore, the Cuyahoga County Fair, themed “125 Years of Family Fun,” comes to town Tuesday, August 9, through Sunday, August 14. We caught up with Fair PR & Media Director Tim Fowler to...

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Soft, beachy waves have just become a thing

Always on top of the latest beauty trends—and innovating some of their own—the stylists at Cory’s Hair Studio & Day Spa have perfected the Braid Perm. If you are looking for loose beach waves you can wake up with every morning—without having to style your hair with a curling wand—this new braid perm technique will...

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You had cancer and now you don’t: What happens next?

The best five words someone diagnosed with cancer can say are, “I am a cancer survivor.” Oftentimes, however, once patients are cancer-free after months or years of treatment, they don’t know what to do next. The transition from post-acute care can result in anxiety, as patients experience a loss of the sense of safety that came from...

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With help from the skilled hands at Chagrin Home Improvements, your deck can not only enjoy a new life, but also a longer one

Summer is flying by, but there’s still time to get on the deck cleaning and staining schedule with Chagrin Home Improvements. “Don’t let your deck face another harsh winter without protection,” says owner Joe Jacobs. “Get on the list now and we’ll get the job done for you before the snow flies and your deck takes another beating...

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Relief with-owwwt surgery

Many people still believe that to definitively treat hemorrhoids, surgery is the most effective option. But that simply isn’t the case. We no longer live in the 1900s, and treatment options for hemorrhoids have changed dramatically. Gone are the days when treating the burning, pain, itch and bleeding associated with hemorrhoids required a...

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