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It takes a caring heart to care for the hearts of patients who visit University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center

Growing up running track at West Geauga High School and playing tennis at Ohio Northern University, Rachel DeCapite understood at a young age how being active is good for your heart. Now as a certified nurse practitioner (CNP), she is helping others improve their heart health. Specializing in interventional cardiology at University Hospitals...

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Everything you need for a complete kitchen remodel, all in one fabulous location at Design Surfaces Tile & Stone

Challenged by sold out and back-ordered computer components, the recent construction of a new PC required a piecemeal collection of parts vendors—a processor from one place, a graphics card from another and still another source for a brand new floppy disc drive. Fortunately, if it’s a new kitchen and not a computer that you’re...

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Bunker Hill golf course is prepped and ready to become a leading avenue for play in Northeast Ohio

Steve Ross always had a passion for golf, and Bunker Hill was his favorite course, explains Chad Gibson, general manager of the iconic Medina golf course and event center. "Steve had a dream of owning his own golf course and Bunker Hill was the obvious match," Chad says. Last year, Steve became a partner in the course, joining the...

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Blue Heron Brewery’s brewmaster Mike Piazza is tapping into unique twists on barrel aged brews

Among the giant stainless steel tanks at the Blue Heron Brewery await a group of Imperial ale-filled barrels that once were used to age bourbon—then maple syrup—during their previous gigs. “I think our Bourbon Maple Imperial Brown Ale is going to sell like hotcakes,” predicts Mike Piazza, brewmaster and co-owner of the Medina...

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The orthopedic team at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center can get your shoulder back in the swing of things

John Martin “Marty” Leland, MD, compares a rotator cuff to your favorite pair of jeans. “You take good care of them. You don’t crawl around on your knees or anything. But after a few years, just from everyday wear, you eventually get a hole in the knee,” says Dr. Leland, an orthopedic shoulder and knee sports medicine surgeon at...

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