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A fresh layer of mulch applied now by Southwest Landscape Management can help to refresh your plant beds and give you a head start for next year

There is still a lot of summer left. That’s why Steve Rak thinks you should continue to enjoy your beautiful yard as much as you did in May and June. “It’s never too late to spruce things up a little,” insists Steve, owner of Southwest Landscape Management. “Trimming down overgrown plants and shrubs, pulling out some weeds...

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University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center helps to take care of women through all the stages of life

Summertime is usually easier living for most; a time with family and friends and outdoor activities. With this slower, relaxed pace, it’s the perfect time for women to pay more attention to themselves. No matter the age—single or married, a mother or not—women have unique health and wellness needs. “Women tend to make most...

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High end luxury vinyl and hardwood flooring, without the high price at Design Surfaces

You may be floored by the new product selections at Design Surfaces. “We’ve always been the place to go for tile and stone,” says David Coticchia, third generation co-owner of the family business that has been beautifying Northeast Ohio kitchens for more than 40 years. “Now we’re the place to go for tile, stone, luxury vinyl tile...

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Here’s why Kayla Rogers appreciates the gift of hearing just a little bit more than the average audiologist

Change can be challenging. But Kayla Rogers’ transition to Twinsburg, she says, has been seamless and exciting. Kayla, Brookway Hearing Center’s licensed hearing aid specialist, says she feels right at home after moving to Brookway’s Twinsburg location in April after two years in Strongsville. “My patients have been so nice and...

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At University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, colonoscopies have never been easier

Colorectal cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death among Americans. That’s the bad news. The good news is that colorectal cancer, if diagnosed early enough, is one of the most treatable types of cancer, says Caroline Soyka, D.O., a gastroenterologist at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center. That, she says, is why...

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