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Here’s how Dr. Curt Birchall, of The Fountain Clinic, is using the latest techniques to strip away the signs of aging

If you see a beautiful woman walking carefree down a street in Rocky River and she isn’t wearing a speck of makeup, chances are she has Dr. Curt Birchall to thank. Since opening The Fountain Clinic three years ago, he’s dedicated his practice to anti-aging techniques, body contouring and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, working...

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Melting ice and snow can cause serious damage to your home if your roof is not in great condition

There are several signs that you may need a new roof, including damaged shingles, missing shingles and evidence of water leaking into your home. If you see these indications, don’t wait too long because the ice storms are coming. “If a roof is damaged, melting snow and ice may be all you need to finally see a leak,” says Roofsmith...

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With just 26 days between Thanksgiving and Christmas, count on Fairview Park’s The UPS Store to make sure your good wishes are delivered on time

Santa might have a workshop full of elves and eight magic reindeer to deliver his precious cargo around the world, but at The UPS Store in Fairview Park, you have all that and much more at your disposal. “We’ve already extended our store hours—with longer days and Sunday hours—and have beefed up supplies and staffing,” says...

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Shop local at VCS Salon & Spa: Here's why you should buy products directly from the salon

Let’s face it, everyone loves a deal. That is what has spurred the proliferation of big box stores and online shopping. But when it comes to professional hair care products, your local salon is your best bet. “People think they are getting a better price when buying online or at a discount retailer, but Redken has found that products sold...

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With the addition of Chef Jayme Wilks to the Timber Lodge team, the tried-and-true menu now features explosive flavor combinations

Oftentimes on the way to work, Jayme Wilks will stop at a farmer’s market to get some culinary inspiration and to pick up locally sourced ingredients. As the new chef at Timber Lodge, he uses whatever is in peak season as the springboard for his weekly features. Last month on Sweetest Day, a freshly picked crop of tomatoes inspired him to...

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