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Cliff Schoen, who was severely injured in a car accident, is staging a comeback with the help of Fitness Together

It’s a beautiful day…(extended pause)…It’s a beautiful life! Please leave a message.” You would never guess from Cliff Schoen’s cheery voicemail greeting—or sweet, infectious smile—all that he’s been through. On the chilly early morning of March 27, 2012, when he was driving from his home in...

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Find out why HealthMarkets says the Baby Boomers shakeup can benefit everyone over the age of 65

According to Forbes magazine, baby boomers are permanently clocking out of the workforce at a rate of 10,000 each day. That’s a huge number of fresh retirees not only lining up for Social Security benefits, but also Medicare. And with Baby Boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) representing nearly 20 percent of the population in...

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Change your lifestyle habits now and redirect your course with MaxStrength Fitness

We all see the proverbial “writing on the wall” at different times and for varying reasons. For some, it might be the sudden death of someone their age, or maybe the potential demise of the company they work for. But the writing doesn’t necessarily have to signal gloom and doom. Those who recognize it in time have the power to change...

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At SouthWest Commons Assisted Living, staff members make it their mission to simply be there for residents who need them

Fall in Northeast Ohio is a season of change. And with change comes opportunity. The staff at SouthWest Commons Assisted Living in Strongsville understands that change can be difficult, especially when it involves leaving your home for a new one. Residents of SouthWest Commons are thriving in their new home, embracing change and the new...

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Balance your blood sugar

Did you know nearly one in three Americans has prediabetes? Maybe even more alarming, 90 percent of those with prediabetes don’t even know they have it. Prediabetes simply means your blood sugar levels are above normal and, long-term, that’s not a good thing. Not only are elevated blood sugar levels associated with developing Type 2...

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