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Breast cancer survivors find confidence and comfort at Elegant Essentials

Women of all ages can gain a new sense of confidence from the fashionable fitted mastectomy bras and trendy clothing from the experts at Elegant Essentials.

Biking safety for the whole family!

Tips from Corsaro Insurance Group

Tips and recommendations for a safe and healthy camp experience

Now that you’ve decided where your children will be attending camp this summer, it’s time to think about how best to prepare them for a fun, healthy and safe experience away from home.

When school lets out, the Summer Food Service Program steps in

While many children receive food assistance during the school year, many don't realize that these children can be left hungry come summer months.

Abuse/addiction trainings offered for grandparents

The Lake County ADAMHS Board and the Lake County Opiate Task Force are offering free training programs to make grandparents more aware of strategies they can use to help their grandchildren.

Expressions of Recovery art showcase at Great Lakes Mall

A showcase of work created by area artists who have a brain disorder – schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or clinical depression – and/or an addiction disorder, will be on display throughout May.

Children’s grief support camps provide support and healing in natural settings

One of the lesser known community services offered by Hospice of the Western Reserve’s bereavement center is a series of children’s grief support summer camps and family days.

Preventing birth defects

Whether you’re planning to get pregnant or already expecting, you can prevent birth defects with smart screening and healthy habits.

Quick orthopedic care for all ages

Fast, reliable and professional care is available to pediatric patients, age one and up, teens, adults and seniors at GO Ortho in Beachwood without the emergency room hassle.

Hidden In Plain Sight

Free program teaches parents to be aware of drugs and illegal activity that their kids may be hiding in their room. Coming to Mentor High School on April 12.