Got something that needs to be fixed like jewelry, bicycles, small appliances or even clothing? Don’t know how to take care of it yourself? Bring the item into one of the Toledo Repair Cafe’s events! The monthly events have now become regular occurrences where volunteers offer free assistance to individuals with items in need of repair— and if they can’t help you, they’ll direct you to professionals who can! Learn about upcoming events by visiting sites.google.com/view/toledorepaircafe.
A worldwide pandemic, a contentious national election and a renewed examination of racism in America, accompanied by hurricanes, fires and even murder hornets, made 2020 a once-in-a-lifetime year. “The hardest thing for people to get used to in 2020 was the lack of predictability,” explained Matt Rizzo, CEO and president of A Renewed
Happy New Year! Did you eat your way through the holidays? Need or want to shed a few pounds? Still want to enjoy restaurant fare? Diets and restaurants are not necessarily incompatible. The USDA gives these tips for making healthy choices at restaurants. Drink water, split meals, pick salads full of vegetables with dressing
by Jason Webber Dr. Steven Zook is a hometown product and a University of Toledo School of Medicine graduate who works at ProMedica Toledo Hospital. He’s also a member of what has been called “the fastest growing specialty in the history of modern medicine”—hospitalists. What is a hospitalist? Coined in 1996, the term “hospitalist” is
Taking care of a loved one with a serious illness can be a confusing time that leads to a number of high-stakes questions. Do they require end-of-life care? Do healthcare plans provide for long term treatment? What are the options? Local services can help to answer these tough questions relating to both palliative care and