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Hearing loss can increase a person’s risk for dementia by up to five times

With a mix of passion and compassion, the doctors at Advanced Audiology Concepts The Hearing Center in Mentor are the hometown choice for helping people live their best lives by detecting hearing loss and coming up with proactive plans customized to each patient to address it. “Hearing loss often occurs slowly over time like a dimmer...

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Maple Country Meats features fresh-from-the-farm meats and other products to create the perfect cookout

Wondering what to make this summer to elevate your eats and impress the guests? Fred Ahrens, vice president of Maple Country Meats, has some suggestions. This emporium of local, farm-raised meats (beef, pork, lamb, goat, chicken, ground beef, hot dogs, sausage), seafood and groceries stocks everything you need for rock star summer...

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Achieving better hearing is as simple as calling Sounds of Life Hearing Center

Sarah Curtis, Au.D., owner and executive director of Sounds of Life Hearing Center in Concord, emphasizes the importance of understanding insurance coverage when selecting a healthcare provider. While many insurance plans cover hearing tests, they often do not cover hearing aids, the most common treatment for hearing loss. Dr. Curtis provides...

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University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center’s Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine Center offers comprehensive wound care and leading-edge treatments

For those living with chronic wounds, University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, a campus of UH Regional Hospitals, is getting the word out during Wound Care Awareness Month in June about the advanced treatment options offered. Many people are not aware of the severity of wounds—especially for people with diabetes whose wounds heal...

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The Willoughby Police Cadets #6020 is a non-profit organization that helps to prepare young candidates for a career in law enforcement

As a kid, Officer Ross Shirey, a nine-year veteran of the Willoughby Police Department (WPD), never gave a thought to a career in law enforcement. Fast forward to his early 30s and looking for a change from his career in a machine shop, a mentor suggested Officer Shirey had the physical skills and temperament to be successful as a police officer...

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