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Creating an atmosphere of calm caring has helped North Royalton Animal Hospital score high marks among pets and their people

Without a single spoken word, our pets are master communicators. Whether a wag of the tail to let us know they are happy or a hiss that says stay away, our pets faithfully communicate with us. So when animals are in the care of the team at North Royalton Animal Hospital, they make sure to keep the lines of communication open. For pets staying...

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LEAP is helping employees with disabilities find work in successful Ohio businesses

Great Lakes Brewing Co. features all the sights of a successful brew-pub restaurant—happy guests and hometown brewed beer. What often goes unseen are the unique roles that some employees with disabilities are playing to help make the GLBC dining experience truly exceptional. Linking Employment, Abilities and Potential (LEAP), a...

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Have no fear, non-surgical methods for treating hemorrhoids are here

When I tell people my medical practice focuses on the treatment of hemorrhoids, they typically react with surprise, amazement and a touch of disbelief. “Why would a doctor want to do that?” they ask me. It’s simple. I am able to offer people direct access to easy, non-surgical, and affordable hemorrhoid treatment options...

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Sinick Family Dental is offering care that redefines the traditional dental model

Some doctors grow up in a medical family, but Drs. Christopher and Jessica Sinick are two local dentists who created one. “We met in dental school,” Dr. Christopher says with a smile. “She was a year ahead of me. We both went to The Ohio State University College of Dentistry and after we got married we moved to Medina. Now, this is where...

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Thanks to the leg screenings offered at Medina Vein Center, patients are able to ward off more serious problems

When Shelby, Ohio resident Thresea complained to her primary care physician about the pain she had in her legs, he dismissed her concerns and was convinced it was all in her head. She knew, however, the problem was real, as she used to walk nine miles a day but had to stop because of her pain. It got so bad she could not even climb stairs without...

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