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Salt therapy can heal you

With the explosive growth in the salt therapy market, Vivify Wellness at Avenues owner Lisa M. Borchert, M.A. Ed., LPCC, explains what a real salt treatment is and why she built a salt therapy room. “Our room features a glowing wall of salt blocks, and those are for décor purposes,” she explains. “What makes a salt room therapeutic is...

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On Sunday, September 8, the Berea Arts Fest is taking Front Street by storm

In every possible medium—painting, photography, jewelry, glass blowing, metal works, ceramics, mixed media, printmaking, woodworking and even live demonstration artists—the 29th Annual Berea Arts Fest celebrates more than 120 artists, fabulous fare and a scintillating lineup of musicians and entertainers. “On one day only,...

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Symphony at Mentor is there to help people take the steps towards Alzheimer's and dementia care on their terms

Every 68 seconds, someone in the United States is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Although a cure for this progressive, irreversible brain illness hasn’t yet been discovered, facilities such as Symphony at Mentor have created a continuum of care with memory programs to pave the way for those suffering from Alzheimer’s to make the most...

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The recipe for fitness success at MaxStrength Fitness

When he was a graduate student studying exercise physiology at Case Western Reserve University in 2000, Jeff Tomaszewski wrote his master’s thesis on a case study he created exploring the benefits of a strength training program with 10- to 16-year-old Clevelanders. “I was initially turned on to a new style of strength...

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Here's how Fitness Together in Concord helped a local couple get fit at middle age

As successful trial lawyers with a bustling practice and four busy kids ages 10 to 17, Todd and Susan P. were starting to feel as if their lives were running them instead of the other way around. “Age 50 is around the corner and we wanted to hit it running instead of sitting,” says Todd. “It had been a long time since we had exercised...

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