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“At a basic level, you can think of dry eye as a plumbing problem,” says Kavitha Sivaraman, M.D., a cornea specialist at Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI). “It’s an imbalance between the rate at which tears are produced and how rapidly they are eliminated from the surface of the eye.”

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I’ve been advising clients for 15 years and I’ve been in thousands of financial planning meetings. Typically, good financial planning is goals- based. Clients come to an advisor with an idea of their ideal future and the advisor lays out the most efficient and effective plan to achieve that future. 

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At Anthology Senior Living, providing folks with an extraordinary experience so they can live their stories in beautiful, meaningful ways is at the heart of everything they do.

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Many of our clients work at Fortune 500 companies. Cincinnati is the home of eight Fortune 500 companies, which is exceptional for a city of our size. Compensation plans at these firms can be lucrative, but also confusing. 

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The Christ Hospital has created disease-specific programs for patient care, several of which include heart failure, women’s heart health and complex coronary intervention. In doing so, they have developed miniature Centers of Excellence, each of which is led by a nationally networked physician champion who is supported by clinical coordinators and advanced practice providers, all of whom are disease specific. 

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“We had a vision to keep the home unassuming from the street so anyone walking by would think it was still a warehouse,” says Erin Seger, project manager at Wentz Design. “The inside, however, opens up to reveal an urban oasis!” 

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Watson’s design specialists can help customers create whole-home experiences, inside and out. That might mean a theater room with special seating or a rec space with a foosball or ping pong table.