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Healthy legs, healthy you—Here’s how Independence Vein & Vascular Center will be able to eliminate leg pain and discomfort and restore your health

Coming soon to Independence, the new Independence Vein & Vascular Center puts the focus on all things legs. Dr. Barry Zadeh is bringing his pioneering treatments and vast expertise to another location on the West Side. The Independence office will be part of a regional network of vein and vascular centers, with offices in Medina, Avon, North...

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At University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center, patients with congestive heart failure are living healthier, happier lives

When University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center opened in 2011, patients gained access to a first-rate hospital on the East Side, but this leading medical facility is just as focused on keeping patients healthy at home. One of the most frequent reasons for hospitalizations is heart failure. For those with congestive heart failure, the heart is...

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In recognition of American Heart Month, University Hospitals Lake West and Tripoint Medical Centers shine the light on this vital organ

During American Heart Month every February, the spotlight shines on heart health. For the cardiologists at University Hospitals Lake West Medical Center, it is their focus 365 days a year, 115,200 heartbeats a day. “We educate our patients on how to protect themselves against heart disease,” says Paul Zellers, DO, who is Chief of...

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SOGO Homes goes the extra mile by donating a portion of every commission

The snow may be blanketing your yard right now, but if you are contemplating selling your home this year, now really is the best time to get things rolling to sell for top dollar. “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...

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At University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, heart rhythm disorders are treated with the latest advancements

We usually take for granted that our heart beats in sync, and it is only when we feel it racing or skipping a beat that we take notice. For those millions of Americans living with arrhythmias, it is a cause for concern. Arrhythmias occur when the electric signals that regulate your heartbeat don’t work correctly—whether atrial...

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