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Homeowners who list and sell with Aaron Peterson keep thousands of dollars in their pockets

Traditionally, homeowners can net more money if they sell during the real estate market’s peak months of May, June and July. And this year is no exception. “There is still limited inventory of homes on the market and high demand, so it’s the perfect opportunity to maximize your profit,” says local real estate agent Aaron Peterson...

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An artist collective, capturing creativity in every form

When you walk into The Rift Shop, you will find more than 60 artists’ interpretations of art. From wall art made from repurposed horseshoes to cut album covers depicting the Cleveland skyline, pop culture canvas paintings, handmade jewelry, wiccan kits and marine leather key chains embroidered with 100 different dog breeds, there truly is...

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With the help of University Hospitals Cutler Center for Men, guys can finally take control of their health in a fun, supportive environment

When it comes to medical care, the gender gap is astonishing. Fewer than 50 percent of men nationwide have a primary care provider. In Cleveland alone, 250,000 fewer men than women see a doctor per year. And on average, men live seven years less than women. To put a much-needed focus on men’s health, the UH Cutler Center for Men flagship...

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This is how the team at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, a Campus of UH Regional Hospitals, is helping patients find real relief

Pain is real, but so is hope. For those suffering with chronic pain, University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, a Campus of UH Regional Hospitals, is helping patients find relief. “Chronic pain is defined as long-lasting pain that persists beyond the usual three- to six-month recovery period or occurs along with a chronic health...

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Dr. Stewart Surloff passed away from cancer in 2001, but his dream of a cancer wellness center that goes far beyond “chemotherapy and surgery” will last forever

As Stewart’s Caring Place celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, it has remained steadfast to its original mission: providing supportive services and programs, in a relaxed and caring environment, all at no cost, to individuals and families touched by cancer Just like the butterfly that embodies this cancer wellness...

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