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Is a vacation home in your future?

With so many Clevelanders hitting retirement age and thinking about making the most of their senior years, planning where they should live can be complicated. Denise Zervos, who, along with her husband, Mark, heads up The Neighborhood Experts at Platinum Real Estate, prefers to call downsizing, “right-sizing.” In this Mimi Magazine...

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Outpatient joint replacement is now an option at Precision Orthopaedic Specialties

As the pain in Patricia Armfelt’s knees began to worsen over the years, she saw the number of steps each day recorded on her Fitbit dwindle, hitting a low of 2,500 steps. Although she always tried to stay physically active, the discomfort began to affect her daily life, limiting her to only short walks. She was unable to stand for more than...

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The 3rd Annual Egyptian Festival takes over Sts. Peter and George Coptic Orthodox Church in Westlake on September 28 and 29, 2019

Cleveland is a town well-known for lovingly stirring its melting pot through summer festivals and fairs celebrating ethnic food, dance and traditions. Coptic Orthodox Christians are members of the oldest denomination in Christianity, dating back to the middle of the first century. Copts are direct descendants of the Pharaohs, and they share...

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Brooklyn Pointe brings a wildly successful approach to aging to the forefront

Chef-prepared meals, elegant well-appointed suites, a gamut of recreational pursuits…you’ll find all the amenities of resort living with exceptional, individualized care at Brooklyn Pointe. This novel approach to assisted living and memory care—with a focus on wellness activities and engagement—provides a place where people...

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Hearing Health Centers' Bob Heiser is so passionate about helping people to hear better that he offers hearing tests for free

By the time Americans reach their 70s, two-thirds will suffer from some level of hearing loss. What makes that number even scarier is the mounting evidence linking hearing loss to dementia. Essentially what studies are finding is that even mild loss speeds up cognitive decline and can lead to social isolation and depression. As founder...

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