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When the COVID-19 pandemic became a reality in March with Gov. Mike DeWine’s order to close Ohio school buildings, Mount Notre Dame (MND) was prepared. The MND Digital Distance Learning Plan was launched immediately, allowing for a digital environment in which a school day could be held in a nontraditional manner. The school prepared to effectively teach using this plan as long as necessary, even when they could not return to campus for the remainder of the school year.
Dr. Gupta doesn’t sit still. When she is passionate about something, she gives it her all. For the past 20 years, she has nurtured The Dermatology, Laser and Vein Center to become the largest cosmetic dermatology practice in the area. As a leader in its field, DLVC has stayed at the forefront of the latest technologies and procedures and excelled in delivering the best noninvasive to minimally invasive procedures to their patients at every stage of their lives. Dr. Gupta is a graduate of the Harvard Medical School and has always had a passion for the arts with a keen eye on finding, creating and spreading beauty.
The first six months of 2020 have brought about a lot of uncertainty for most Americans. Individuals have been worried about their health and jobs while employers have been concerned about demand for their products and services, as well as the financial well-being of their companies. All the while, health- care providers and government officials have been ex- hausting all of the resources they have at their disposal to keep us safe and do what they can to allow for the economy to survive.
If you are like us, 2020 has left you with more questions than answers, and it has certainly added a lot of chaos to our lives. As a part of our practice, we enjoy studying our happiest clients in an effort to learn how we can all lead happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives. Obviously, our finances are not the end-all, be-all place to look for happiness. Sometimes that’s the last place you want to look, but occasionally money is a clue to the condition of our hearts. At LiveWell Capital, we believe the condition of our hearts is a key to living well both personally and financially.
He chose to name the practice MD360 – Modern Wellness because he believes in the strength of team-based health care. “All these things work hand in hand,” says Bhati, who wants his patients to have access to dieticians, nutritionists, physical trainers, acupuncturists, yoga instructors and anyone else who can bring back modern wellness.
The topic of retirement can be tricky. For many of us that love our work and are still full of energy, the answer may be to delay retirement as long as possible. For those considering it in their near future, we believe these 10 key questions are an essential starting point.
Community members can sign up for KAA’s newsletter and/or mailing list to receive poignant messages from adults with develop- mental disabilities who speak about how COVID-19 has personally affected them.
In January, Cindy Baker, the merchandise manager at Furniture Fair, along with several other team members, traveled to New York to spend four days learning all about Stickley Furniture, a 120-year-old company with a fascinating history. Born in 1858, visionary furni- ture designer Gustav Stickley began making wood furniture at his uncle’s chair factory in Pennsylvania. He later became a leader in the American Arts & Crafts movement and, in 1900, founded the Craftsman Workshops in upstate New York.
Several years ago, Jim Ziegler was on a business trip when he got to talking with a colleague about the exorbitant cost of a bottle of wine. His colleague suggested that he try making his own. A technical person with a background in chemistry, Ziegler was intrigued.
A new technology has entered the facial rejuvenation scene in the Cincinnati area. Donath Facial Plastic Surgery has introduced the radio-frequency face tightening device, EmbraceRF, to its arsenal of revitalization tools. This makes Alexander Donath, M.D., F.A.C.S., the first to offer this kind of treatment locally. Read more
Lindner Center of HOPE is not unlike the massive trees that line its driveway and paths — a mighty oak with mature branches that has grown into a haven offering the myriad of answers and assistance necessary to brave the various, challenging mental health storms that life may bring. Read more
You’ve changed your diet and you’ve been working out regularly, but that stubborn belly fat still won’t disappear. It might be time to try a different solution, and with summer fast approaching, there’s no better time to turn to a medical spa for the latest in body sculpting treatments. Read more
Edward Meier, M.D.
Director of Clinical Research
Apex Eye Clinical Research
Cincinnati Eye Institute
Alison Early, M.D.
Cataract Surgery & Comprehensive Ophthalmology
Cincinnati Eye Institute
Karen Klugo, M.D.
Comprehensive Ophthalmologist Cataract Surgeon
Cincinnati Eye Institute
Arts & Entertainment
The world of ancient Maya culture has returned to our time, to our locale, for Cincinnati communities to experience in a way that’s never been done before.
Art Design Consultants in Cincinnati has been conducting an art competition for 10 years known as “Art Comes Alive,” which has grown to international stature.
Cincinnati theatre-goers are sure to be delighted this upcoming season. Four phenomenal new productions are set for 2020, including “Anastasia,” “Les Misérables,” “Jesus Christ Superstar” and “Escape to Margaritaville.”