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University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center enhances clinical programs and patient outcomes

Working in an emergency room, one has to be prepared for anything. The need to respond to a variety of unexpected challenges has helped Marlea Miano, MD, RN, EMT-P, develop a big-picture perspective of the operations at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center. About two years after coming home to Northeast Ohio to join the UH system, Dr...

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Does your garage have curb appeal?

Today’s real estate market is so unusually strong that buyers are frequently bidding higher than the asking price. That’s the good news. The bad news comes when the bidder notices your cracked garage floor and says, “Never mind.” A deteriorating, stained concrete floor can not only ruin the look of your garage, but it also...

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With help from the compassionate team at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, you can finally lose the weight and keep it off

Being overweight not only can create a barrier to a better quality of life, but it also increases a person’s odds of experiencing major health problems. Katie O’Boyle, MSN, RN, CBN, APRN-CNP, Certified Bariatric Nurse and Associate Nurse Practitioner at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, says that unfortunately some people find it...

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Blue Heron Brewery is lightening up for summer with a slew of seasonal food and drink offerings and outdoor entertainment

The Blue Heron Brewery is lightening up for the summer. That trend applies to the food, the drinks, and the mellow music offered by local artists during the brew pub's day and evening patio parties, reveals Ben Erjavec, executive chef and co-owner. "Our new summer menu features light summery fare, including an eclectic selection of...

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For people with a passion for authentic Greek gyros and all things sports, Niko's is the place

It’s halftime of a Cleveland Browns game—and an opportunity for a room full of screaming Browns Backers at Niko’s Bar and Gyros to divert their attention away from the establishment’s 22 enormous flat-screen TVs and toward the bar, where four deserving high school students are receiving ceremonial scholarship checks for $1,000...

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