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A proven solution to regrow hair

With thousands of men and women in Northeast Ohio experiencing hair loss, hair replacement “solutions” are easy to find. The problem, says Dr. Laurel Matthews, a board certified physician with more than 35 years of practice experience and the owner of Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar, is that most treatments promising to cure hair loss are the modern...

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Za bomb: Pizza 216's pie changes everything

Determined to drop explosive flavors on Northeast Ohio, Johnny Lis operates his Pizza (216) like a target shooter. “Nothing about what we do is ordinary,” Johnny promises. “Everything here tastes better. Our ingredients are fresher, our combinations more thoughtful and our dedication to creating a superior pizza experience surpasses...

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Acclaim Renovations & Design sticks to their project deadlines to get your remodeling completed on schedule

Like the song says…the holidays are the most wonderful time of the year—a welcome pause to open your home to friends and family and gather around the table for bountiful meals and festive parties. It’s also the time of year you want your home looking its absolute best, especially the room everyone seems to gravitate toward: the...

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We’re happy to disappoint

A patient came to me for hemorrhoid treatment recently and told me how nervous she’d been prior to her visit. “I was up all night, anxious about my procedure,” she said. “Now that it’s over, it was nothing. I can’t believe I spent all of that time worrying for no reason.” My response was, “Well, we’re happy to...

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Mentor Schools’ facilities plan streamlines the educational process while keeping a sharp eye on the bottom line

Responding to population shifts within a school district can be a challenge for any school system. Here in Mentor, a comprehensive program was put together earlier this year to consolidate schools, while continually improving the student learning experience. “For the last 15 years, our enrollment has been declining,” says Kristen Kirby,...

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