Connections That Count Toledo Vietnam veterans reach out to help fellow soldiers By Jeff McGinnis A native of East Toledo, Bob Stewart served for six months in Southeast Asia before being shot by the enemy in the Cambodian jungle, resulting in a number of injuries, including wounds to his chest, back, arm and thigh. After
Dentistry used to be so simple. Teeth in and teeth out. Now the sky’s the limit in preventative measures, whitening, and making sure your teeth last for years. Here are some dentists who are certainly producing great smiles.
Sometimes, ads can seem too good to be true. While we can vouch for our fabulous clients, we can’t verify the claims of one ad in this month’s issue. Can you find the fake ad? First, view this month’s issue in our digital bookshelf here! Spot the fake ad and enter it’s page number in the
One of the best ways to bolster our area economy is to keep your money close to home. Supporting local businesses and organizations allows you to enjoy higher quality products and services, and boost the community’s economy.
“First, do no harm” is a guiding principle for physicians emphasizing that the patient’s well-being is the primary consideration. One physician who personifies that principle and has been helping men and women with breast health concerns and diagnoses for 30-years is Dr. Robin Shermis of the ProMedica Breast Care Center (located in the Harris McIntosh