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The latest innovation offered at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, the da Vinci robotic-assisted minimally invasive surgery system helps patients recover quickly

A promising cure rate helps to make treating urological cancers, like prostate, kidney, bladder and testicular cancers, a rewarding career, shares Rashed Ghandour, MD, a urologic oncologist at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center. “We’re lucky in urology to be able to bring a lot of benefits to patients because of the very high rate...

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Motorization of your blinds, shades or drapes, is increasingly more popular and more affordable with Budget Blinds of Strongsville

If you’re embarrassed while trying to justify your ownership of a land line telephone or a paper road map to eye-rolling GenX house guests, you’d better camouflage your drape and blind cords. Or, better yet, you might break out your Smart Phone—iOS version 14.4 please—and call Budget Blinds to get your window treatments...

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Willow Tool & Machining has affordable office space for lease

During one optimistic demonstration of entrepreneurship, 22 years after the nationally renowned Cleveland Press shut down its operation, making Cleveland a “one newspaper town,” a bold writer had a vision. In 2004, Randy Nyerges, former assistant press secretary to Vice President Dan Quayle and presently a local book publisher, set about...

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Take a swing at the Bunker Hill Golf Course hundred-dollar unlimited golf special

An exhilarating round of golf may be just the antidote for a nagging case of post-Super Bowl cabin fever. And unlimited golf for 61 days for just $100 makes for sweet medicine. “Our unlimited March and April membership gives golfers the opportunity to get back in the swing after a long winter and reacquaint themselves with our newly improved...

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When you’re having a heart attack, every second counts

Despite the global pandemic, heart disease—including cardiac arrest—is still the world’s top killer, according to the American Heart Association. “A patient who comes to the Emergency Room having a heart attack is generally considered to be the sickest person in the hospital—the patient who is most at risk,” says...

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