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More and more Ohioans are finding relief from pain and other symptoms with the help of medical marijuana

Back in 2014, while Dr. Dvora Nelson, of Nelson Vein Clinic, was training a group of doctors about new procedures for treating vein conditions, she overheard one of the physicians commenting about the remarkable benefits of medical marijuana. She scoffed at him. Yet he insisted the clinical research surrounding the substance and its positive...

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The Gutter Boys' mission is to end gutter cleaning in Northeast Ohio

If you missed my sermon in Mimi’s March issue regarding homeowners who risk their long-term health (and their lives) by climbing a ladder to clean their gutters, don’t worry. I won’t repeat it here. Suffice it to say that cleaning gutters is a fool’s errand. You need to cover them. Today’s high-tech gutter covers allow for plenty of...

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World-class roofing from Roofsmith Restoration

When you speak with Roofsmith Restoration founder Mike Farist about the dignity of work, he sounds a lot like Mike Rowe from the hit television series “Dirty Jobs.” He’s passionate, professional and determined. “A lot of kids head off to college because they think that’s what they’re supposed to do,” he says. “Then they...

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Pristine Clean employs a team of highly-trained, uniformed professionals who perform a thorough cleaning while being respectful of you, your family and your property

One of my favorite quotes is: “How you do one thing is how you do everything.” That means if you regularly have the oil changed in your car, then you probably also change the filter in your furnace on time. And if you take your vehicle through the car wash when it’s dirty, then you probably have your home power washed, too. And...

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A Final Thought: Your fish is looking at me

I use one of those fitness apps on my phone to track my weight, and this week I went back and reviewed my three-year history. The line graph looks like the jagged edges of a saw blade as I lose 20 pounds each summer and gain it back each winter. The valleys occur in the middle of summer when I am most active. The peaks are always early April,...

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