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Myths about Women’s Heart Disease

    Today, an estimated 43 million American women suffer from heart disease, making it the leading cause of death among women. Dr. Christine Tanaka-Esposito, Cleveland Clinic Cardiologist at Fairview Hospital’s Heart Center, busts several common myths about women and heart disease: Myth #1: Vitamins C and E help reduce the risk of heart disease. Neither supplement has been proven ... Read More »

Westlake Police Blotter Feb. 18

An intoxicated 28-year-old Avon Lake man became obstreperous at a Detroit Rd. bar on Feb. 10 at 2:08AM, pushing another patron and challenging him to a fight. He refused to leave when asked; he was arrested for DCI. An intoxicated 35-year-old North Olmsted man at the same bar at the same time (but not involved in the previous incident) slurred ... Read More »

Taylor Announces Insurance Department Helped Ohioans Save Record $24.4 Million in 2012

COLUMBUS – Lieutenant Governor and Insurance Director Mary Taylor announced the Ohio Department of Insurance saved or recovered a record $24.4 million for Ohio consumers in 2012 while assisting more than 190,000 Ohioans mainly through its toll-free hotlines, community outreach and counseling. The total includes $18.9 million and $5.5 million saved or recovered, respectively, by the agency’s Office of Consumer ... Read More »

CSU Center for Health Innovation will be designed by world-class architect

A bold new approach to health-care education deserves a bold new building to call home, and the next major addition to the Cleveland State University campus promises to deliver. Pelli Clarke Pelli has been chosen as the lead architectural firm for CSU’s new Center for Health Innovation. When it opens in 2015, this iconic edifice (pictured above is a preliminary ... Read More »

Bay Village Police Blotter Feb. 18, 2013

A restaurant in Bay Square reported they received a call from a male on 2-12-2013 who identified himself as an employee of the Illuminating Company.  The male indicated the restaurant had not paid the electric bill and the power would be turned off if the bill was not paid immediately.  The owner had made online payment earlier in the week, ... Read More »

Mercy Gastroenterology Center Kicks Off Community Outreach

Joins Lorain County Health & Dentistry and El Centro for free educational      programs in honor of National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month   (LORAIN) – According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), more than 140,000 Americans are diagnosed with colorectal cancer, and over 50,000 people die from the disease each year in the United States. It is the second leading cause ... Read More »

RENACCI APPOINTED TO PRESTIGIOUS HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE

Washington, DC — Today, Chairman Dave Camp (MI-4) announced U.S. Representative Jim Renacci (OH-16) had been appointment to the House Committee on Ways and Means. “It is an absolute honor to be named to the House Ways and Means Committee,” said Rep. Renacci. “As a Certified Public Account and business owner, I have dealt firsthand with the complexity of our ... Read More »

Mercy Rehab Services Open House

Mercy Rehabilitation Services will be hosting an open house event at their new location in the Mercy Health and Recreation Center in the Amherst Metro Parks reservation. The open house will take place on February 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The open house will feature free therapy and development screenings performed by the Mercy Rehabilitation Services staff. The ... Read More »

Standing with a Westlake Family to Battle Rare Diseases

Alongside a Westlake family whose son is living with cystic fibrosis (CF), U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown visited University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital in Cleveland to unveil new legislation aimed at increasing funding for pediatric medical research. Sen. Brown was joined by six-year-old Porter Chatterton, who was diagnosed with CF as a baby and is one of 350 patients ... Read More »

North Coast Health Ministry Achieves Recognition as a Patient Centered Medical Home

Lakewood, Ohio, February 12, 2013–North Coast Health Ministry has achieved recognition as a National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Patient-Centered Medical Home 2011, level 3, becoming the first free clinic in Ohio to attain this distinction.           The NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home 2011 standards emphasize the use of systematic, patient-centered, coordinated care that supports access, communication ... Read More »