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Virtual Auction for the Arts

Get ready, get set and go check out the The Fine Art Association’s (FAA) Second Annual Race to Embrace the Arts Virtual Auction. The virtual event kicks off June 28 and runs through July 23 and features auction baskets, unique and auction packages of all shapes and sizes. There will be something to fit everyone’s budget. The $25,000 goal will...

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Shift your mindset to relieve pain

The ancient foundation of pain is to remove ourselves from dangerous stimuli. Place your hand on a hot stove and your brain will send a signal to immediately pull it away without you even thinking about it. Thus, pain helped our ancestors avoid all kinds of dangers—from spider and snake bites to thorny bushes. Pain, however, is only a...

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Health insurance plans have the opportunity to reduces their insurance premium costs

With the introduction of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, individuals and families that currently participate in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) health insurance plans have the opportunity to reduces their insurance premium costs. About 80% of Americans could find costs as low as $10/month after the credit for subsidies.* Some people on...

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Mead is making a comeback

Many of us are looking forward to weddings again this spring. And plans are also being made for honeymoons. The role that wine plays in weddings has quite a history. “The term ‘honeymoon’ actually comes from the tradition of drinking honey wine for a full moon cycle after a new marriage,” says Jim Sperk, of the Northern Ohio Wine...

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Getting a natural energy boost

Life is busy. All of us need a little energy boost from time to time. While the shelves are packed with energy drinks, most can be summed up with just a few ingredients: isolated caffeine, sugar, and maybe some b-vitamins. While these products can provide a few extra hours of energy, they really don’t do anything to address what’s really...

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