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X-Golf in Fairlawn is teeing up for winter play

Even though snow may be blanketing the ground, it’s time to grab your golf clubs. Opening this month in Fairlawn, X-Golf provides a place where you can play and train year-round. “The temperature is always 70 degrees at X-Golf,” says Ron Salerno, who opened indoor golf simulators in Broadview Heights in 2022 and now is opening a...

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University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center uniquely offers the intimacy of a community hospital with the power of a high-caliber medical institution

At University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center patients get the personalized care of a small hospital with all of the advanced technology and services of a large hospital. It truly is the best of both worlds. “Heading into 2024, we are growing as a teaching hospital, have added a second surgical robot, and are always hiring more physicians...

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Interest rates are falling and demand for homes is still high

If you want to sell your home for top dollar in 2024, now is the time to get things rolling. “Traditionally, spring is the best time to list your house,” says Aaron Peterson, founder of SOGO Homes. “This year the spring selling season should be even better since interest rates are projected to start decreasing, which will lead to a huge...

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This is the year to finally make an impact inside the home

Sometimes the best gifts are ones that cannot be wrapped or put in a festive bag. In the New Year, consider gifting yourself a new kitchen or bathroom. Though the saying “the gift that keeps giving” may be cliché, it really does describe the endless pleasure you will get from renovated, refreshed rooms in your home. “If your dream...

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Here’s how to find out if your blood isn’t where it needs to be

It is astonishing to think that every second, two to three million red blood cells are produced in the bone marrow and released into the circulatory system to deliver oxygen to the tissues in your body. These are combined with nearly 100 billion white blood cells produced each day, which help your body fight infection. It is no wonder that...

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